Can I use your 24-Hour Short Story writing prompts to create a book of short stories?

Can I use your 24-Hour Short Story writing prompts to create a book of short stories?

Q –

Hi Angela!

Can you send me 30 writing prompts from your 24-Hour Contests? I would like them to write short stories for NaNoWriMo. Thanks!

Sincerely,
Martina K.


A –

You can read ALL of our past contest topics RIGHT HERE. Of course, you are welcome to use those to create a book of short stories for NaNoWriMo! I love that idea!! 🙂

We are now accepting entrants for the Winter contest, which will be in January. Only 500 can participate so sign up today if you want to play! 🙂

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