October Writing Prompts

The greatest writers in history did not become great because they were inherently brilliant; they deliberately practiced the skills they wanted to develop and improve on a daily basis. At The Literary Tutor, we strongly believe that daily practice leads to mastery. In other words, if you want to be great at writing, you must write every day.

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Writing every day will improve your sentence structure, enhance your vocabulary, and make you more aware of your grammar usage and spelling habits. This daily practice also gives you the opportunity to expand your creativity and freely experiment with your writing style. Throughout the year, you will witness a transformation in your writing by simply dedicating 10-15 minutes of purposeful writing every day.

Two of our most favorite holidays happen in the month of October: Canadian Thanksgiving and Halloween. So in the spirit of these two special occasions, we’ve compiled a list of questions that will encourage you to think about all the things you are thankful for and all the things that go bump in the night. (Pssst! We love a good scary story, so please share yours in the comment section below!)

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As always , we welcome your feedback on how our daily journal prompts have helped you with your writing. Feel free to let us know by email at: info@theliterarytutor.com.

Happy writing!

CARE TO SHARE SOME OF YOUR RESPONSES TO OUR OCTOBER WRITING PROMPTS? WE’D LOVE TO READ THEM IN THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW!

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