The Free Writing technique is similar to how I write all my first drafts and writing exercises; not caring about the spelling, grammar and making sense of what is being written. Below, I have followed the challenge and typed straight onto here without trying to make it perfect. I wrote it as it is without thinking twice about the grammar and so on and without any edits. However, I find that writing my drafts are a lot messier, raw and confusing than Free Writing.
I am enjoying the writing challenge so far. I am loving it. I have learned things I never thought I would learn. The challenge has showed me to work on my blog from a different light. Few different ways. It’s one of those things where it’s right in front of you but never really thought about it. It has given me more ideas to write, and it’s more about the subject of writing. I have posted every challenge on my blog to share to my fellow bloggers which was fun to do. Still is fun. Although I’ve enjoyed every single challenge, my favourite would be Day-17 Story Starters, because it has given me the idea to start posting short stories in the form of how I’ve written for the story starter for my blog. I am excited about the idea, and I’ve already got several ideas for what to write. I am even going to be posting I think two more versions of the piece I’d written for the challenge. I believe no one can ever stop growing when it comes to writing and knowledge. It is always wiser to keep on growing when it comes to writing and knowledge and learning new things. The funniest challenge would be Day-10 GIF Challenge. We see a lot of these on social media, and it was fun to actually do our own. Now I know the trick to doing one, something I would never have thought of or come across. I even did a GIF of my publishing cat. Most importantly, the challenge reminded me that writing is fun, should be fun, even when we are busy at it.