The model of creative writing and creative composition by Freisinger focuses on the motives of the student to follow the creative writing style along with the creative composition. This writing style allows the students to completely develop their writing skills based on their motivation to follow creative composition. The secondary focus of the creative writing model is the enthusiasm of the students to follow creative composition (Myers, 2006). This writing model defines the enthusiasm and motivation of the students to follow creative composition to be based on the creativity factor in the characteristics of the individuals. This writing model allows the students to write on the basis of their own experiences in the real life, which in turn allows them to be vulnerable. This vulnerability of the individuals writing based on their own experiences causes the writing model to have risks associated to it. This writing model also allows the individuals to play with various words and express their creativeness. This in turn allows the students to experience and play with the actual power of language to create very creative writings. Freisinger’s model of creative writing and creative composition also focus on the ego formation of the individuals in terms of the wish to achieve more in the sector of writing and become a successful writer. This wish allows the individuals to explore themselves and their writing skills. This in turn allows the effective and efficient usage of the writing skills to achieve high quality of the writings (Mayers, 2007).