Most writers write about past experiences and things they know very well, or have been closed to them. It is very difficult to write about a subject that you do not know well and make a good book out of it.
their own experiances gives them something to go on. like if i had a hilarious experiance with my friends, i could but it into my book to make it more interesting. or if something scared the crap out of me, i could also put it in my book. =)
getting pierced by a praiessfonol doesn't mean everything's going to be perfect. i got my ears pierced praiessfonolly when i was six and the woman pierced my left ear so low that to this day i can't wear hoop ear rings. i got my nose done praiessfonolly and a pimple-like bump formed inside my nose around the piercing and eventually i let it grow shut. when i repierced it myself a few months later the bump came back but besides that everything was fine. funnily enough my tongue piercing is the only one that hasn't given me any problems.
Life is sort of an inspiration all on its own. Authors seek it and create it into something interesting
Most authors do that in books. Like Roald Dahl wrote boy and used his life to create his book
It inspired him to make it his own and make it good. It is probably his most personal book he's wrote
He based most of his books on his life