Free Ebook: New Ideas on Old Topics

A little while back, I asked what you needed to move ahead with your writing business. I got quite a few answers that fell into four categories and I decided to go ahead and create some resources for those topics.

The first of those ebooks is ready — consider it an end of the year gift. New Ideas on Old Topics will help you find new ideas to write about, especially if you write about the same topics on a regular basis. I wrote it with bloggers and freelance writers in mind: if you write about a specific niche, this ebook will help you keep coming up with ideas, even when you’re feeling burnt out on the topic and blocked.

It’s sixteen pages long and I don’t think it’s a particularly long read, but I tried to fill it with information you can immediately use. I also included several worksheets that should help you speed up the process of finding new ideas to work on. It’s up to you, of course, but it’s worthwhile to print out at least the worksheets so that you’ll have them close to hand while you’re working.

I’m pretty excited about this ebook. I know that I would have been able to skip a lot of banging my head against a wall trying to find new ideas to write about if I’d known these techniques when I started writing. So, please, pass this ebook along to any other writer you know who needs it.

I’ll be bringing out the other resources I’m creating shortly, so please keep an eye out for them.

You can download all four ebooks at this link.


  1. Gillian   •  

    Thank you…I’m always looking for ways to change my writing and push the boundaries of my niche! Cheers!

  2. John   •  

    I liked your document, it had useful fill in the blank questions that made me think outside the box. I shall keep you up to date on how it has improved my writing. Thanks again!

  3. Amanda   •  

    Yep going through all my old topics and brainstorming something fresh is a very good way to generate some new material.

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  5. Brian   •  

    I’m not sure your download links should be “striked through”. I intially thought that you were limiting copies or something, or the click through wouldn’t work.

    • thursday   •     Author

      I’m working to find out why those links are appearing as if they are crossed out. Thanks for the head’s up.

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