Stop Waiting, Start Writing.
You can write about anything, but before we get to that, let’s talk about mini projects. These are small projects which you write for fun, during your spare time – the time you spend waiting around. If you’re a new writer, you’ll spend time waiting to hear about projects. If you’re an established writer, you’ll spend time waiting for clients to review your material, so that you can write the final draft, and send them your invoice.
In Write to Sell: 10 Fast Writing Sales You Can Make Any Day, we looked at many different kinds of projects, like reviews for example. Reviews are ideal mini projects. So are the other nine types of writing we looked at in the article.
Now let’s look at writing what you know, and what you don’t, because your mini projects will often involve writing about things you know nothing about.