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30 November Creative Writing Prompts (2022)

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It is November, another month of writing. 

If you are struggling to come up with ideas and things to write about.

There are a lot of creative writing prompts to write with.

This list has ninety creative writing prompts for November 2022.

Each day has three prompts.

  • Word Prompt
  • Story Prompt
  • Another story prompt

You can use the prompts to write whatever comes to mind.

  • Poem
  • Essay
  • Story

Here are a couple of ways to use these November Prompts.

  • You can use the word to be the theme of your story.
  • Include the word in your story.

You don’t have to use the prompts exactly the way they are. You can modify it depending on the path inspiration leads.

Note that these prompts will help 

  • Adults
  • Children
  • Young Writers

The Prompts are not genre specific You can use them for any genre

  • Horror
  • Scifi
  • Romance
  • Literary
  • Crime/Mystery
  • Fantasy
  • Etc.

Let’s get started.

Enjoy.

November 1

  1. Tray
  2. Write a story about a character that is vegan
  3. Start your story with the statement “I am not sure”

November 2

  1. Discuss
  2. Write a story that starts with a character coming back from work.
  3. Write a story about a character trying to convince someone they are harmless.

November 3

  1. Desk
  2. Start your story with your character eating a  sandwich.
  3. Write a story about a character that does not eat fish.

November 4

  1. Redeem
  2. Start your story with a character trying to hire a lawyer.
  3. Start your story with your character eating candy.

November 5

  1. Promise
  2. Start your story with your character watching football.
  3. Write a story about a character wearing a disguise wig.

November 6

  1. Survivor
  2. Write a story about a character that is trying to write a novel
  3. Write a story about a character that becomes an orphan in the story.

November 7

  1. Urgency
  2. Start your story with a character hugging a loved one.
  3. Write a story that happens on a television station

November 8

  1. Monkey 
  2. Start your story with a character sipping juice from a can.
  3. Write a story about a character that is suffering from epilepsy.

November 9

  1. Complication
  2. Write a story where the character is trying to escape.
  3. Start your story with a character protesting

November 10

  1. Horizon
  2. Write a story about a  character that is trying to find a missing item.
  3. Start your story with a character eating.

November 11

  1. Course 
  2. Write a story about a character trying to find love
  3. Start a story with a character using a screwdriver 

November 12

  1. Giant
  2. Write a story where a character is trying to kill all the rats in their house.
  3. Start your story with your character chasing a mouse.

November 13

  1. Owl
  2. Write a story about a musician that gives a hug to a fan.
  3. Start your story with a character being kind to someone.

November 14 

  1. Wonder
  2. Start your story with your character giving birth
  3. Write a story about a character that is allergic to spicy foods.

November 15

  1. Brake
  2. Write a story about a character that is an entrepreneur.
  3. Start your story with your character throwing something into a waste bin.

November 16

  1. Brainstorm
  2. Write a story about a character working in a fast food restaurant.
  3. Start your story with a character buttoning their shirt.

November 17

  1. Film 
  2. Write a story about a hike with an unexpected turn of events.
  3. Start a story with a character making bread.

November 18

  1. Rubbish 
  2. Write a story about a character that just discovered she is a princess.
  3. Start your story with a character counting money.

November 19

  1. Drama 
  2. Write a story about a character whose beliefs about being a man get crushed.
  3. Write a story that is set in a camp.

November 20

  1. Charge
  2. Write a story about a character that is childless
  3. Start your story with a character (mum) asking her kids a question.

November 21

  1. Draft
  2. Start a story with a character watching TV
  3. Write a story about a character that is a TV repair person.

November 22

  1. Drive
  2. Write a story about a character that drives into a new town.
  3. Start your story with your character going for a walk.

November 23

  1. Traction
  2. Start your story with a character solving a math problem
  3. Write a story about a character that is a mathematician.

November 24

  1. Pour
  2. Start your story with a character comforting a friend that lost a loved one.
  3. Write a story about a character that is a widow.

November 25

  1. Formulate 
  2. Start your story with a character going window shopping
  3. Write a story about a character that is paralyzed from the neck down to the toes.

November 26

  1. Anxiety
  2. Start your story with a character serving a cake.
  3. Write a story about a character that has a small business.

November 27

  1. Cool
  2. Write a story about a character that is a tailor.
  3. Start your story with a character walking in with a strong perfume.

November 28

  1. Drop 
  2. Write a story about a character that is a cyber security expert
  3. Start your story with a character making french toast.

November 29

  1. Suspect
  2. Start your story with a character dancing.
  3. Write a story about a character that is allergic to chocolate.

November 30

  1. Direction
  2. Write a story about a character that is a work-from-home mom.
  3. Start your story with a character getting hacked.

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Conclusion 

Writing is easier when you don’t have to start from scratch.

All you need to do is to sit and start pounding at the keyboard.

Writing letters into words. 

Words into sentences.

Sentences into paragraphs.

In the end, you will be surprised by what you have created.

When you let your words run.

Hopefully, these prompts helped you to craft beautiful stories.

These prompts while they are for November can be used anytime to start writing.

Which of these prompts is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments section.

If you have any type of prompt you would like me to add to the prompt list.

I would love to know as this will help me improve the blog post.


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By Onyemechi Nwakonam

Hi ,I write poetry and short prose. I am excited to help you organise your writing journey.

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