Here’s all of the days of the challenge:
Day 1: Re-write a classic fairy tale
Day 2: Describe a loved one
Day 3: A story revolving around an object in your room
Day 4: A story in 250 words or less about your favorite city
Day 5: Begin with “I thought I saw…”
Day 6: Start your story with: “He glanced at his watch impatiently…”
Day 7: Create a superhero. Have he/she save the day.
Day 8: Write a prequel to that Superhero. Pre-Superhero life. Maybe their childhood.
Day 9: A story that takes place pre-1950
Day 10: A poem using the words: blue, mistrust, half, twang
Day 11: Start story with: “She touched the little box in her pocket and smiled…”
Day 12: A story where the characters go without power for a day.
Day 13: Find 10 random words and create your own definitions.
Day 14: Begin with “I thought I saw…”
Day 15: randomly find someone in your yearbook. Create a story about their life today.
Day 16: Write about a stranger you see. Either their back-story or what they are thinking in the moment you see them.
Day 17: Go to iTunes, put your music on random. Write a story about the first song that comes up. (250 words or less)
Day 18: Use time travel in a story
Day 19: A story set in a ghost town.
Day 20: Write an obituary for a historical figure
Day 21: Use these words in a story: grandfather, photo album, post office, and folder
Day 22: He or she sees their crush in a library. describe the incident.
Day 23: Write a story based on a dream you had
Day 24: Describe/fictionalize a childhood memory
Day 25: Write a story that takes place 100 years in the future
Day 26: Write a story about a mythical creature.
Day 27: Write about the 30th picture on your phone or computer. Write about the story behind it, or make up the story behind it.
Day 28: Story taking place during a sporting event (any sport)
Day 29: Story on a ship. Past, present, or future.
Day 30: Story about space
Day 30: Story or poem about ice