RANDOM ACTIONS:
Smack
Scratch
Negotiate
Posted
Confused
Reconciled
Flatten

RANDOM STARTERS:
quit
how to recover
how to permanently
where will
sustain
where would
whichever

RANDOM TRAITS:
Lavish
Imaginative
Unwilling
Due
Suspicious
Impulsive
Clean
Neutral

The Favorite Book Content Template

What is your favorite book,

For some people it is The Bible. Others prefer “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Others again love “The Stand” by Stephen King.

It doesn’t matter if your favorite book is the phonebook. You are going to use it for this article.

This is how to use the Favorite Book Content Template:

1: Think of your favorite book. In what ways does it relate to your niche, Or what can you learn from it and utilize in your area, In what ways does it go against your niche,

Examples:

The fox in “The Little Prince” talks about establishing ties. This can relate to creating rapport with your readers.

The Bible tells us that we are not allowed to steal. This can tell you to be honest when you are writing reviews or are selling products to your clients.

The Stand describes a community where money is worthless and technology rules. This could relate to your niche, if you are writing about gadgets. People don’t care about money. They just want the latest smart phone available.

2: Come up with a surprising headline. Grab the attention of your readers.

3: Write an introduction to your article. Tell your readers which book you have chosen, and why this book is your favorite.

4: List some points where your book is related to your niche, or where you can learn something essential that you use in your niche. Elaborate on these points.

5: Write about the points where the book goes against your niche. Are these points important, Can they teach you something about your niche that you didn’t know,

6: Summon up your article in the conclusion, and lead into your resource box, if you are writing for article syndication, traffic or back links.

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BASIC QUESTIONS:
Who
What
Why
Where
When
How

JOURNALIST QUESTIONS:
Who did that?
What happened?
Where did it take place?
When did it take place?
Why did that happen?
How did it happen?

FURTHER QUESTIONS:
Whom?
Which?
Whose?
How far? 
How long? 
How much? 
How many?
How come?
Why not?
Why didn't?