This challenge brings the skills than you might realise. First, you have to take a close look at the writing of the author you’re trying to imitate. What aspects of their style are most distinctive? Are there any words or phrases that they overuse? When they describe a person or a setting, what do they focus on first? Looking at these traits will also help you identify them in your own writing. Trying to apply them to a different genre makes it more of a challenge, as you genuinely have to imitate style instead of just aping the same content. And if you write with a group of friends, you can all try this challenge and see if you can guess afterwards which author each of you chose.
Glittery hues of scattered like gliding violets, Indigo goes the salutation to the vibrant sky, Whereabout I elongate to glaring, blue atmosphere, Closer drags the green coast, full of generation, Sipping artistic scene of yellow goldy, shimmering, shiny crops harvested, Go ahead in life, carrying the orange dunes and chariots, Glossy, very elegant, blaze me red hot, build charm from inside.
Also wishing a joyful Holi to all those who celebrate it!! ❤
Yes, I'm aware that I'm waaay behind on hashtags and notifications. My husband has been out of the country (Germany) for work for the past two and a half weeks now, so I've been both mom and dad while he's been gone. He returns soon though, and therefore so shall I! Thank you for your continued patience.
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