Monday Morning Writing Prompt–November

NovemberHere in the northern hemisphere, November is a peculiar month. I often think of her in tones of gray, monochromatic, uninspiring. This year, however, autumn dwaddled, could not commit to color or cold until, at last, November charms.

For today’s prompt, let’s write to a November prompt. What does she bring to mind in your corner of the world? Weather? Elections? Boredom? Thanksgiving? Cold? Warming?

Remember, you’re invited to represent November in your own way, based on your own experience, using prose or poetry. Mr. Linky is not available right now–he’s undergoing maintenance. So to share your response, copy the URL and  paste it in the comments section of this post.

I will be posting a poll later this week. Because my soon-to-be-published novel (due out in December) is demanding some re-shifting of priorities, I will be combining MMWP and Wordsmith Wednesday into one weekly event. I need your help in determining which day will work best for you…which day allows you the most time to participate.

I look forward to reading your responses to this prompt and ask you to visit one another, as time allows. Have a happy writing week.

27 thoughts on “Monday Morning Writing Prompt–November

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  2. Victoria says:

    Thank you everyone, for your great responses to the prompt and your comments.


  3. uma says:

    I love the November leaves but not the cold it is damp and one reason I celebrate November is because of my kid’s birthday


  4. manicddaily says:

    Hi Victoria, I was just checking into your blog, and must confess I wrote this separately from the prompt yesterday. However, it is about November. A bit silly perhaps.

    I might have to do this twice.


  5. David King says:

    Excellent prompt. In answer to your question: probably Wednesday.


  6. mish says:

    Hi Victoria – as you know, in my part of the universe, November brings warmer weather as we move towards summer. In my fictional contribution, I’ve written with the northern hemisphere in mind.


  7. brian miller says:

    good morning victoria…i hope the trip is going well…i will be honest and say i wrote this for another prompt but this is generally my feeling on november right now…already fed up with the elections tomorrow so moving on to something else that frustrates me…haha.


  8. claudia says:

    smiles…see – we’re both in the warmth and i’m in the fog…smiles…no – had a lovely day – just a bit of a tired start this morning…thanks for stopping by your november november female in english…it’s male in german…strange for me to think of her as a she..


  9. November always brings back memories of my mother’s passing. She died on November 7, 2007. I spend the day remembering who she was and what she meant to me. This is my November poem.


  10. Wow, a new novel. Congratulations! I was born in November, but this week is kind of zany for me. I’ll see if I can get something written…


  11. Tino says:

    November, a special month for mny reasons, some already mentioned, some not. Here is my offering to another great MMWP.


  12. Bodhirose says:

    Hi Victoria–it’s nice to be back. Your prompt and my recent trip are quite compatible I think. Here is my take on November:

    November here in Florida is usually still warm–a little coolness is just making its way here–sunny as usual!


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  15. zongrik says:

    raking leaves is a big deal during November. here’s a little story about someone raking leaves


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