30 Writing Prompts For November 2021

30 Writing Prompts For November 2021


Writers Write shares writing prompts and writing resources. Use these writing prompts for November 2021 to get you writing.

This year, we will share practical tips for using writing prompts at the beginning of each post. In November, we look at how to approach sharing your work.

[Editor’s note: If you want to get all 365 prompts, with the 12 chapters of advice, upfront and in a special workbook, please click here.]

Sharing Your Work

‘Picasso created nearly 100 masterpieces in his lifetime. But what most people don’t know is that he created more than 50,000 works of art. .. That’s two pieces of art a day. Success is a numbers game. You are not going to win if you keep telling yourself to wait. The more often that you choose courage, the more likely you’ll succeed.’ – Mel Robbins

Eventually, you’ll be ready to start sharing your writing. By writing every day, the odds of producing something sharable definitely increase. Look back through your work. Some favourites may have lost their shine and need a polish, but you’ll also discover a few forgotten gems. Consider what needs to be rewritten, and what can be shared.

Once you have identified a few pieces, start looking for sites, magazines, and competitions. The are many websites that specialise in flash fiction. You’ll find that there are flash fictions competitions, anthologies, literary magazines, and perhaps a few of your pieces can work together as a short story. Most of what you write in one session will be considered flash fiction.

Flash fiction is anything under 1000 words. Pay close attention to the word counts and submission guidelines for the competitions and websites. You may have to lengthen or shorten some of your work.

Of course, you do not have to share any of your work. Morning pages and free writing are not meant to be shared, but can serve as a base for a piece of writing. The work you did while experimenting might be suited or easily adapted for submission. You might find a competition that has a similar theme that you touched on during the year and you could rewrite the piece.

Also remember, editing and proofreading are irreplaceable steps for submission. If spotting typos is your talent, go for it. If not, find a good editor.

PLEASE NOTE: In 2021 we will share our monthly writing prompts, as usual. But, if you would prefer to get all 365 prompts upfront and in a special workbook, please click here. The workbook includes 12 chapters of writing prompt advice – one for every month of the year, together with 12 awesome printable lists. Buy The 365 Prompts Workbook

30 Writing Prompts For November 2021

30 Writing Prompts For November 2021

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PLEASE NOTE: In 2021 we will share our monthly writing prompts, as usual. But, if you would prefer to get all 365 prompts upfront and in a special workbook, please click here. The workbook includes 12 chapters of writing prompt advice – one for every month of the year, together with 12 awesome printable lists. Buy The 365 Prompts Workbook

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 by Mia Botha

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