What would you write on?
January 19, 2010 3:13am CST
Hello fellow myLotters! I know everyone of us here in myLot has the passion for writing. Suppose if some editor comes to you and ask you to write a book on any topic, what will you write on?
• United States
6 May 11
It would be a dream come true for me if some editor comes up to me and asks me to write a book. I would go for horror, of course, I am no Stephen King, but I been told that I have a wild imagination and even gruesome. I am not so sure, I'll be so excited, but given the chance I would throw in some horror and serial killers.
2 Feb 10
Well I see myself as both a technical and a creative writer.. I'm okay with both fields but my choice would be feature articles about traveling and foods ;) I also love to see myself writing an inspirational book about God.. Those for me would be my ultimate dreams ;)
• United States
20 Jan 10
Well, it depends on what the editor is looking for, or what sort of company he or she is with. Either way, I'd probably prefer to write a fictional story. I'm best at writing stories, and there are so many in my head that I'd love to get down on paper, and I think I would cry in joy if some random editor showed up and asked me to write something about anything. If I had to write a nonfiction book, I'd probably write it on forensic psychology and personality disorders and serial killers.. XD That's what I'm second best at!
• Orangeville, Ontario
19 Jan 10
Well, I already have two novels written, but still in editing. I also have a book on poetry in mind but haven't rushed into that knowing that poetry 'doesn't pay'. On a more personal level, if asked, I would write about my experience with fibromyalgia. I have had fibro since my second daughter was born 13 years ago and I have some pretty fun kid stories about the things my daughters did while I was asleep on the couch. Would make for some interesting reading. It just depends on what the editor is looking for. What I wouldn't give for an editor to show up on my doorstep and say, "What have you got?"