I participate in a lot of challenges as well as setting my own.
At the moment, my mind is working on next week’s Fibbing Friday questions which are a lot of fun to set as well as answer. I try to give variety in my topics, and sometimes there is simply no theme at all!
Most questions come off the cuff, though there are a few instances where I looked things up on the internet in order to keep to a theme or perhaps invite some interesting thought processes. Some of the answers have me laughing out loud.
I schedule the forthcoming week’s Three Things Challenge and keep a sheet of the words used. When I first took over from Paula of Light Motifs II, I tried to keep everything in strict alphabetical order so as not to duplicate any words. To be honest, that made things a little complicated and time consuming, so although I still keep a sheet, it’s in month order now. I know there are several duplications in it, but I do try not to.
It still amazes me the differences in interpretation and some of my readers have incorporated the words offered in continuous story posts on their blog. I am so pleased to be a part of their originality.
For myself, I add an addition post at the end of each week using all 21 words of the past seven days. This was originally suggested by Melanie of sparksfromacombustiblemind, and although not a challenge as such apart for myself, anyone can join in.
There are a lot of bloggers out there who provide various challenges and my own are not a patch on the depth and homework they apply to theirs.
At the end of the day though, my thanks to everyone who sets daily or weekly challenges of whatever genre. I look forward to many and have fun in my response.
Also thank you to my readers who continue to take part in mine. It really is appreciated.