[Ebook] ↠ No One Cares What You Had for Lunch Author Margaret Mason – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

No One Cares What You Had for Lunch Tired Of Filling Up Your Blog With Boring Posts Take The Next Step And Get Inspired To Create Something Unique Author Margaret Mason Shows You The Way With This Fun Collection Of Inspirational Ideas For Your Blog Nobody Cares What You Had For Lunch 100 Ideas For Your Blog Is A Unique Idea Book For Bloggers Seeking Fun, Creative Inspiration Margaret Gives Writers The Prompts They Need To Describe, Imagine, Investigate And Generate Clever Posts.Sample Ideas Include Writing A Serial Novel Conducting Unnecessary Experiments Creating Your Autobiography Public Eavesdropping


10 thoughts on “No One Cares What You Had for Lunch

  1. says:

    It gave some good ideas and divided them by time you have avaliable to blog about, but mostly listed websites to look at and put your own spin on.So you don t have to bother some of the best and worst ideas in this book are 1 If you ruled the world, things would be better, at least in a few small ways www.hchap.com talks about how she thinks you should hang your toilet paper 3 Tell readers about presents you ll remember forever 6 Count your blessings 9 what are some of your bad habits t It gave some good ideas and divided them by time you have avaliable to blog about, but mostly listed websites to look at and put your own spin on.So you don t have to bother some of the best and worst ideas in this book are 1 If you ruled the world, things would be better, at least in a few smal...


  2. says:

    Well, blogging has arrived I mean really.This book is a good example of that, one of those 101 and in 24 hours books.The subject is fun, the content is about 100 blog posts, the price for this is ridiculous.The author complains that people are writing about their lunch, but funny thing is that her 31st idea for blogging is yes, you guessed, lunch.The book is basically about how to bare youselfto the public, how to putof your private life on the net hey, you got an embarrassing Well,...


  3. says:

    I ve come to the conclusion that writing prompt books are crap This one didn t change my mind.


  4. says:

    Pretty scatter shot in its attempt at comprehensive brainstorming listicle style writing prompts Sure, covers a lot of possibilities, but categorizing them according to the time it takes to write them seems, well, unhelpful The length of the post seemsappropriate as a subcategory Ahelpful approach for readers would I think be to organize these according to genre, subject, potential audience and then sub categorized by length Lots of bloggers, especially ones hoping to generate Pretty scatter shot in its attempt at comprehensive brainstorming listicle style writing prompts Sure, covers a lot of possibilities, but categorizing them according to the time it takes to write them seems, well, unhelpful The length of the post seemsappropriate as a subcategory Ahelp...


  5. says:

    This book is separated into five chapters The first four chapters are aimed at the time increments you may spend on writing your blog 15 minutes, 30 minutes, an hour, or take your time The fifth chapter is about picking an area of expertise or of interest and just being a writer.I found that the first chapter based on 15 minutes of fame was fun and intuitive with ideas to keep readers coming back forThis would be good for clients we work with who have a website designed for a special This book is separated into five chapters The first four chapters are aimed at the time increments you may spend on writing your blog 15 minutes, 30 minutes, an hour, or take your time The fifth chapter is about picking an area of expertise or of interest and just being a writer.I found that the first chapter based on 15 minutes of fame was fun and intuitive with ideas to keep readers coming back forThis would be good for clients we work with who have a website designed for a specialized field film making, fast cars, philanthropy The chapter talks about personalizing ideas or details, being opinionated and different from other blogs.The second and third chapters arefocused on crea...


  6. says:

    Great source of ideas and advice for bloggers I laughed out loud The author and the bloggers she features have a great sense of humor and some unique ideas If only I could read blogs all day.


  7. says:

    I gave this five stars, not because it s the great American novel, but because it gives you exactly what it promises, with wit and flair There are 100 ideas for your blog, most of them pretty darn good I wish it were required reading before getting a Facebook account.


  8. says:

    A quick and easy way to get the creative juices flowing


  9. says:

    There was some interesting ideas in the book, I don t think I d end up using them all myself but sometimes it s good to try and get some motivation and ideas when you have writer s block.


  10. says:

    I caught a few ideas That s all.