30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 30

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 30

Describe the ideal resolution of your story from your protagonist’s perspective.

Extend it: Write a scene in which the protagonist gets almost the ideal ending.

Now, go write!

If you have missed any prompts, they can all be found here.

30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 29

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 29

Write a list of weaknesses your main character could have.

Extend it: Write a scene in which the main character displays that weakness.

Now, go write!

Don’t miss a prompt: enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 28

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 28

Write a scene that includes a coconut, a luggage rack, and an escape.

Now, go write!

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30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 27

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 27

Write a list of things you hate. Pick one of them for a character to like and describe it from their point of view.

Extend it: Write a scene in which the thing appears.

Now, go write!

Don’t miss a prompt: enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 26

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 26

What does your character most love to do when he/she has free time? Why?

Extend it: Write a scene in which your character is prevented from doing the thing he or she loves.

Now, go write!

Don’t miss a prompt: enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 25

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 25

Think of 6 red objects. Write about as many of them as possible in one setting.

Extend it: Add two blue objects and at least one character and write a scene.

Now, go write!

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30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 24

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 24

Think of a rural location that has emotional meaning for you. Write a description of it using starting with the sounds in the environment.

Extend it: Write a scene that happens in that place.

Now, go write!

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30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 23

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 23

Who does your antagonist love? Describe that character and include why that relationship is important.

Extend it: Write a scene in which the antagonist and the character he or she loves are in conflict.

Now, go write!

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30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 22

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 22

Look around you. Pick one thing in the room with you. Describe it in detail, starting with the way it feels when you touch it.

Extend it: Write a scene in which two characters are in conflict with or about the object.

Now, go write!

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30 Days of Writing Prompts – Day 21

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A Writing Prompt for Every Day in November

Don’t miss a day, enter your email address on the left and get a reminder with each new prompt.

How to use these prompts for NaNo participants:
Do ALL writing in your manuscript. Keep your word count climbing.
Do NOT worry that following a prompt will take you away from the focus of your story. Your unconscious will make the connections for you. Your job is to get words out. Revise later.
Do follow your story over the specifics of the prompt.
Have Fun!

Writing Prompt Day 21

When did your main character need help from someone else? Tell the story.

Extend it: Write a scene in which your main character has an opportunity to pay it forward?

Now, go write!

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