October 31st Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Show your character dividing and serving food.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 30th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

(If your character exists in this world), what television do they watch? If in an alternative world, what’s their way of relaxing after work?

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 29th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Show your character drawing a map for another person.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 28th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

What kind of old person will your character be? Show them as an aged version of themselves.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 27th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

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These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Describe your character’s garden.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 26th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Your character is studying the clouds in the sky. What does he or shee see there?

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 25th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

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These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Give a minor character a crush on another minor character (or random passer-by). Just to see where it goes.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 24th Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Which desk did your character sit in at school? Near the front, at the back, in a secure room with the other trouble makers…? Describe what happens at the start of a memorable lesson.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 23rd Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Your character is stuck in a traffic jam with soemwhere they need to be. Show what happens next.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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October 22nd Daily Writing Prompt

Reading Time: 1 minute

(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

These prompts are for characters, specifically, characters you may be dreaming up for Nanowrimo.

Prompt:

Take your character to the hairdresser’s and give them ‘their usual’ or maybe a restyle. How does it turn out?

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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