Month: November 2019

November Writing Challenge Overview

Hello everyone! When this post goes live, the last of the November Writing Challenge prompts and stories will have gone live too. Here, you can find the collection of thirty stories. Thanks to Tim for providing sixteen of those prompts! He had these prompts as part of his Mid-Month Short Story Challenge, so I decided

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The Ghosts of A Kind Past – November Writing Challenge 30

Hello, and we’re getting into the Christmas spirit! And with that, how about a Christmas tale reminiscent of A Christmas Carol? We’re going right in with dealing with the ghosts of your past – thanks Tim for providing our final prompt for our challenge, and what a ride it’s been! I didn’t know if I’d

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Of Pictures and Paranoia – November Writing Challenge 29

Hello again! Right now you’ll realise that after tomorrow’s submission, that’s the end of the November Writing Challenge, and I’m so happy to have done a whole month of submissions, and I’ve had fun with it, though.  Today’s prompt is a story based on a song that has been picked for me. Thanks, Tim for

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Making Friends In High Places – November Writing Challenge 26

My, my, aren’t we getting close to the end? Well, let’s carry on our merry way with my own prompt, “You’re tall”, so that phrase does have to be included. This is a very short story but I don’t care! I was becoming aware of the girl that kept sitting next to me in every lesson

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The Shoppers in Colombo – November Writing Challenge 24

Hello everyone! With this post, we’re on the final stretch towards the end goal, and I’m excited! Today’s prompt comes courtesy of Tim, who set another prompt for people watching! It’s different from the first, so we’ll get on with it! It was easy to spy on people in this food court. While I sat

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The A&E Wait – November Writing Challenge 23

Don’t we love a hospital wait? Well, here we are, this prompt involves a hospital waiting room. I based this prompt on how long the usual waiting times are in UK A&Es, and also this one episode of Rick and Morty (don’t judge). I couldn’t believe it when my flatmate, Dan, told me that he’d injured

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An Unexpected Invasion – November Writing Challenge 22

It’s getting colder and wetter in the UK right now, so how about a tale of snow? That’s right, the prompt is “I’ve never seen anything quite like it” – thanks Tim for the prompt once again! I can’t write sci-fi so here’s a not-so-much sci-fi, but here we go. I’ve never seen anything quite

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