Today is January 31st, and here we are at the end of the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days challenge! Whether you’ve followed along each and every day, only dropped by once or twice, or anywhere in-between, we hope this challenge has been a fun and rewarding experience for all involved.
Your latest project is quickly nearing completion, but the deadline is approaching even faster.
Welcome to the 28th day of the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days challenge! For those following along, we’re in the home stretch now. For those just stopping by, we hope these prompts inspire you all the same.
Write a story that shifts to a different protagonist partway through.
Just 5 days to go! We’ve reached the 27th day of the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days challenge, and with it, the 27th story prompt. Whether you’re following along each day or just stopping by for inspiration, we hope today’s prompt inspires a fun story.
A person finds out that they are the key to solving a long-unsolved mystery.
We’ve reached January 26th, the 26th story prompt in the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days challenge, and we only have 6 prompts to go. We hope these prompts are helping you find your inspiration, whether or not you’re participating in the challenge.
Today is January 24th, and this is our 24th story prompt in the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days Challenge. We’re more than 3/4ths of the way through now! Whether you’re keeping the momentum going or just getting started, we hope today’s prompt helps.
Short stories are a great way to explore genre you don’t usually play in! Enjoy!
Write a story in which the setting (for example a house, a town, a ship, etc) is as much of a character as any of the people.
Today is January 22nd, and with that, the 22nd post in the 31 Short Stories in 31 Days challenge. With the end of the month fast approaching, we hope these prompts have helped you to find your inspiration and keep on writing.
Two friends must reconcile their wildly conflicting approaches to solving a shared problem or achieving a shared goal.