Writing Prompts IX. – Meet Cutes

Meet Cutes:

I. Character A is a worker at a museum and Character B is fascinated with all things history.

II. Character B saves Character A from getting run over by a car. (*Bonus: Lands on top of each other)

III. Character A catches Character B after Character B slips on ice.

IV. Both reach for the final donut at a bakery.

V. Character A is a mailman and Character B sends way too many letters for it to be normal.

VI. Both reach for the same book at a bookstore. (*Bonus: Ends up sharing the book with their shoulders touching)

VII. Character B doesn’t understand math and Character A happens to be in their class, they help Character B.

VIII. Both of their dogs fall in love with each other at first sight and run away from their owners to meet. Thus having character A and character B meet each other.

IX. Character A is swimming in the ocean when they start to drown and end up meeting Character B, who’s a mermaid.

X. Character A works as a florist, character B works at a cafe across the street, and one day a customer (character C) notices the two stare at one another; creating a situation in which they meet one another.

Writing Prompts VIII. – Dialogue II.

Dialogue:

XI. “Ever since then I’ve been deeply afraid of the ocean and afraid of losing someone else…”

XII. “Cannot believe the con-artist met his match.”

XIII. “Opposites attract? Bullshit.”

XIV. “You’re supposed to be on my side!”

XV. “Better keep your mouth shut. You will not ruin this.”

XVI. “Do I wish to marry her? No. Must I for the sake of the house? Yes.”

XVII. “That crown is mine. The money is mine. The prince is mine.”

XVIII. “Give me one good reason why I shouldn’t call the cops on you right now.”

XIX. “Communication the old fashion way. No phones.”

XX. “Does the huff and puff smoker have a name?”

Writing Prompts VII. – Plots II.

Plots:

VI. Character A has been in the background of other people’s lives for a long while. Years of constant traveling, new jobs, and aprons seemed like a good idea until they witnessed something she will never unsee. Will she survive? OR will they die being the lowly waitress they thought they were?

VII. Character A dealing with the stress of going to college, making new friends, and deals with their possible fading unrequited feelings for character C. Often stays up late overthinking. When they start talking to character B and walking together in an empty parking lot, they slowly get closer, and even leads them, their sweater to sleep in when it gets cold out. Character A starts developing feelings for character B and doesn’t know how to deal with all the emotions they are feeling.

VIII. Character A is the journalist. Character B is the con-artist. When they meet is a recipe for disaster.

IX. A painter often dreams of character A, but has never met them in real life and continues to paint them. Until one day the painter notices one of his paintings is empty only the scenery is left, and that character A, his painting has come to life.

X. Character A isn’t one for the holidays. Especially Christmas. Anything that has to do with it, they want no part in it, and tries to shut down the spirit. Character B is all for it. They adores the holidays. Mainly Christmas, blast the music loudly and decorate to their hearts content. When character B finds out that character A is spending the holidays alone, character B is even more determined to get closer to them and spread Christmas cheer.

Writing Prompts VI. – Song Lyrics

  • “I can be your new addiction” – Everybody Talks, Neon Trees
  • “I kinda wanna be more than friends” – Animal, Neon Trees
  • “‘Cause you said forever, now I drive alone past your street” – Drivers License, Olivia Rodrigo
  • “Now you see me now you don’t, I’m a ghost” – Ghost, Confetti
  • “How can you miss someone you’ve never met?” – IDK You Yet, Alexander23
  • “If I could go back to the day we met I probably would just stay in bed” – Do re mi, Blackbear
  • “I’m not your friend or anything, damn” – Therefore I am, Billie Eilish
  • “The shade of green that if he’d seen, would make F. Scott Fitzgerald cry” – I Don’t Miss You at All, FINNEAS
  • “But all I see if lonely people in crowded rooms” – This City, Sam Fischer
  • “But then again, kinda wish she were dead…” – Heather, Conan Gray

Best Books IV. – For Classics

Title: 1984

Author: George Orwell

Summary: Winston Smith wrestles with oppression in Oceania, a place where they scrutinize human actions with a “Big Brother” watching them. Defying the ban on individuality, Winston dares to express his thoughts in a diary and pursues a relationship with someone.

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Title: To Kill A Mockingbird

Author: Harper Lee

Summary: This story takes place during the Great Depression. The main protagonist is Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, an intelligent though unconventional girl who ages from six to nine throughout the course of the novel.

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Title: Pride and Prejudice

Author: Jane Austen

Summary: Pride and Prejudice follows through the turbulent relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and the gentleman Fitzwilliam Darcy, a landowner. They must overcome their very own Pride and Prejudice in order to fall in love and marry.

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Title: Fahrenheit 451

Author: Ray Bradbury

Summary: It is set in a dystopian society that burns books in order to control dangerous ideas and unhappy concepts. This novel tells of the story of Guy Montag, a fireman that questions the book burning policy and undergoes extreme suffering and transformation as a result.

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Title: The Great Gatsby

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Summary: This novel tells the story of Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire, and his pursuit of Daisy Buchanan, a wealthy young woman whom he loved when he was a younger man. Told in the point of view of someone else, however, it goes through the motions of an unreliable narrator.

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Notable Mentions:

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D Salinger

Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë

Lord of the Flies – William Golding

Little Women – Louisa May Alcott

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

Dracula – Bram Stoker

Slaughter House-Five – Kurt Vonnegut

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne

If you’ve read any of these novels or if there was one I didn’t mention let me know! Drop your thoughts in the comments below!

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