NaNoWriMo prompts – 29/30 & 30/30


Attempt to describe a color to someone who has been blind their entire life.



What does true happiness look like to you or your character? Truly take some time to allow to the reader to feel what you feel.


Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompts – 27/30 & 28/30


Make a list of 5 to 10 things you dislike/hate about yourself (or your character hates about themselves).

Now write a love note, poem, or story honoring those things and how they make you (or your character) unique.



Write about a smile, and how thankful you are for it. Write about more than one if you are so moved. If you are a fiction writer, write about a smile that changes your character’s life or outlook.


Happy Writing!


NaNoWriMo prompt – 26/30

You, or your character, just got a chance to play 20 questions with anyone (dead, alive, famous, or infamous). What are you asking?


Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompt – 25/30

Write a 25 word, 25 line, 25 stanza, 25 paragraph, or 25 page piece on the art and/or act of falling in love.

Happy writing!

NaNoWriMo prompt – 24/30

Take something old and make it new again.

Go in your stash of old writing. Take an old piece and give it life again.


Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompt – 23/30

What is your spirit animal? Or what is your character’s spirit animal? Which animal best represents you?

Happy writing!

NaNoWriMo prompt – 21/30

Micromoments are six word stories or poems. Take ten minutes and create as many as you can to describe you story, longer poem, or essay. Then leave them alone for a while. Come back no less than an hour later and see where some of them take you.


Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompt – 20/30

Pick one of the seven deadly sins, the one that speaks to you the most, and write about it. If necessary, you can choose more than one. Try to get at least a page or more out of it. How does it speak to you?

Seven Deadly Sins:

wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony


Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompts -18/30 & 19/30


Take your main character, or one you create, through a stream of consciousness. Write what would go through their mind in a five minute period. It doesn’t have to make sense.


Go outside. Stand in one spot. Turn slowly in a cirlce, taking in all the scenery around you. Then do the same thing but in the opposite direction. Now go back inside, or away from where you just were, and write down everything you just saw. Be as specific and descriptive as possible.

Happy Writing!