Some students love reading and writing nonfiction genre. Dahlia Valentine, in her book recommends prompts in the form of questions. She says that questions are particularly good for nonfiction writers because they nudge your brain for an answer. They add to the brainstorming magic. Here are a few ideas from Dahlia Valentine's blog post.
1. 5 Simple Starter Tents for New Campers
2. 5 Must Have Apps for First Time Phone Owners (Inspired from the prompt, “What free apps can you suggest for (people)?” in the Technology category.)
3.How to stop red ants from invading your picnic?
4. What kind of things stress out children?
5. What does it take to become a good blogger
6. What are some good bedtime habits for children to adopt?
7. What chores are appropriate for a child to perform?
8. What are some good places for children to visit when they visit Mumbai for the first time?
9. My favorite (things to eat) in the (season)
10. What travel gadgets should you bring when going to (city)?
11. What are some good games/group activities for children?
12. What can you do with: scrapbook paper, lace trim, and jars?
13. What factors should you consider before adopting a pet?