So your location refers also to your book? Interesting . Can't blame you. Although I'm not so concerned about anyone knowing what's in my head so much as getting it out coherent. I'm one of those lovely people who KNOWS what's going on in their head, but cannot verbalize it appropriately. Drives me nuts.
That's a toughie. I'm very philosophical, so I'd probably write a book on a philosophy of mine (assuming no one else has come up with a philosophy called "neutralizationism") or I'd write a medieval/steampunk adventure. Medieval/steampunk is a genre like Final Fantasy VI; people still use castles, swords, spears, and bows, and they still ride animals for long-distance transportation, and armor is still necessary during battle. However, slightly advanced technology is available; for exmaples, people may use primitive trains, primitive firearms, early blimps or aircraft, and primitive submarines to name a few. It can make for some very interesting stories to tell.
I am actually writing a book about shape-shifters at the moment. Later I am going to write a Zelda book, branching off of TP. I loved the game, so I will change the plot a bit and have an adventure book. I am also in the process of writing a book of poems. I have loved writing ever since I was little, so I might as well put my thoughts down on paper!
Ok, now I'm already writing a short story from the perspective of a tree, it sounds stupid but I'm taking a philisophical approach on it, and have started to write one on the relationship between a boy and his ex rockstar great grandfather, which takes place in 2119