A Month of Mini Writing Challenges Day 21 – 30: The Links

A Month of Mini Writing Challenges

This is the final links post for the writing challenge 😦  Below you will find a list of responses for the prompts for Days 21 through 30.

September has been so much fun.  Thanks to everyone who joined in and helped to make my first hosted writing challenge a success.  I hope you all had as much fun as I did.  For those who want it, there is a participant / survivor badge, that will be available soon, so keep your eyes peeled…

Here are the links to the stories and poems that have been posted so far.  If I have missed any off, get in touch and I will add it to the list.

Also, don’t worry if you are late to the challenge, I will still add your link(s) to this post once you have written your response as long as you have published it during September or the first few days of October – I know there are not enough hours in the day to get in all the writing you want.

Day 21 – Write a story in 25 words about an animal.

Day 22 – Write a 50 word story that uses the words: havoc, redemption and change.

Day 23 – Write a poem about a robot. Any length.

Day 24 – The prompt is “nightmare”.  The format and length is your choice.

Day 25 – Tell us a story only using dialogue in less than 50 words.

Day 26 – Write a story in less than 100 words that begins with, “Once upon a time…”

Day 27 – Write a poem inspired by the theme of “home” in less than 10 lines.

Day 28 – Pick the title of a favourite song.  That’s your inspiration.  Now write a story inspired by it in 30 words.

Day 29 – The prompt is “murder mystery”.  The format and length are your choice.

Day 30 – Write a spooky story in 13 words for Halloween.

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4 thoughts on “A Month of Mini Writing Challenges Day 21 – 30: The Links

  1. Pingback: A Month of Mini Writing Challenges September 2016 Day 21 – Prompt ‘animal’ – Mick E Talbot Poems

  2. Pingback: A Month of Mini Writing Challenges September 2016 #30 Prompt ‘Halloween’ – Mick E Talbot Poems

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