November 2015
Daily Writing Prompts

  1. A Pen In Each HandGet today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: rhapsody, understand, light, misused, ranklings.
    2. Write about an unwelcome comment on clothing.
    3. Write about a sudden change of attitude.
  2. Are you nanoing this year? It’s not too late to get started!
  3. Write about the slant of sunlight in the morning.
  4. Use these 5 words: Netflix, tragic, critics, flights, whale.
  5. “I wish I had a backup copy.”
  6. Use this phrase: a spooky story
  7. Multitasking one too many thing.
  8. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
  9. “You always have to work on date night.”
  10. Start with: “It doesn’t get more traditional than this.”
  11. It’s important to tell the truth, except…
  12. Use these 5 words: Lego, divided, calm, schizophrenia, economy.
  13. When everything has to work at the same time.
  14. Start with: “Psst… hey, kid…”
  15. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
  16. Use this phrase: kick start the week!
  17. “There’s just one more little detail…”
  18. Use these 5 words: apolitical, connection, risks, arrest, conspiracy.
  19. Intentionally misunderstanding instructions
  20. Use this phrase: atrocities of the past
  21. “Did you get the message?”
  22. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: Silence, destination, world, white, dead.
    2. Write about overcoming resentment.
    3. Use the phrase, “Repeat after me…”
  23. “Seven Twenty-Three and All’s Well”
  24. Start with: “Look at this craftsmanship!”
  25. Cold snap makes the pets want to cuddle
  26. Use these 5 words: libraries, evil, trolling, delight, trust.
  27. Write about a formal introduction.
  28. Use this phrase: a tentative deal
  29. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: language, crepe, barking, gloves, switch.
    2. Write about something that’s not done any more.
    3. Write about ignoring a request.
  30. Start with: “ok, you guys, we’re back in action.”
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