17 Writing πŸ“ Challenges You've Got πŸ’― to Try to Complete πŸ‘πŸΌ ...

It doesn't matter if you want to be a professional author or if you just like to write for the fun of it. Either way, you should make a point to write as often as possible. If you can never think of any ideas, here are a few writing challenges you should try to complete:

1. Write a Story in an Hour

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An hour isn't a lot of time. That's why you can't let yourself think too much. Just write.

2. Write a Children’s Story

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Write a story that you'd be proud to read to your little siblings or future children. You can even try to get it published once you're done!

3. Write a Sex Scene

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You know you want to. Come on, write something that beats 50 Shades of Grey.

4. Write a Story without Many Adjectives

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Most writers use way too many adjectives when they write. That's why you should see if you can create a story with fewer than ten adjectives.

5. Write a Story with All Female Characters

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There are too many men playing the lead roles in stories. That's why you should try writing a story with all women.

6. Write a True Story

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Instead of writing a fictional story, write about something special that happened to you in the past. It'll be challenging to describe your friends and families in artistic ways.

7. Write a Story in the Form of Diary Entries

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Instead of writing in third person, you should try writing in first person. Even better, write as if you're jotting things down in a diary.

8. Write a Story from a Man’s POV

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You don't have to write from a woman's point of view, just because you're a woman. You should try writing from a man's POV for a change.

9. Write a Story about Inanimate Objects

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You don't have to stick to writing stories about humans or talking animals. Try writing one about an inanimate object, like your laptop or your phone, instead.

10. Write a 10,000 Word Story

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Some writers are better at creating short stories than long ones. That's why you should challenge yourself by trying to create something longer than usual.

11. Write a Story Involving Magic

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Don't write about mundane things, like a woman grocery shopping. Write about something magical, instead. After all, Harry Potter made billions.

12. Write a Fanfic about Your Favorite Band

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Publish something on fanfiction.net. There are plenty of people willing to read about band members they love.

13. Write a TV Script for Your Favorite Show

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Instead of writing a short story, try writing a script for your favorite show. It shouldn't be too hard, since you know all about each character's personality.

14. Write a Sherlock Holmes Mystery

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Everybody loves Sherlock. That's why you should try to create a mystery involving the detective.

15. Write a Story without Any Romance

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You don't need romance in order to make a story interesting. Try writing one without any crushes or relationships.

16. Write a Story from an Animal’s POV

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You can write about a dog, a gerbil, or a mythical creature. Anything goes.

17. Write a Story without Stopping to Think or Edit

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When you're done, that's when you can read it over and edit your work. Until then, just keep writing.

If you love to write, then get a pen and get to work! Which one of these writing challenges are you going to attempt first?

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