Writing Prompts II. – Dialogue


I. “This is prison…”

II. “He will love her like a friend will never love her.”

III. “If you don’t like me then why are you still here?”

IV. “I trust you Character A.”

V. “I have a sad past.”

VI. “I can only remember the little things.”

VII. “We changed this place for the better.”

VIII. “I’m I met you, you brought out the real me.”

IX. “Why would I need mittens?”

X. “This isn’t what I expected when I made that wish…”

Writing Prompts I. – Plots


I. Character A, a depressed twenty year old. After crying one day she goes downs to Scoops to get ice cream and meets Character B. After their meeting she finds a friend in Character B and eventually stops going there for ice cream.

II. Character A and Character B never expected to have a conversation through just sticky notes, but one thing led to another and it became communication without voices.

III. At 11:11 Character A wished for something she lost hope in long ago, it was freedom. At 11:12 Character B entered her life through her bedroom window, he needed a hiding place from the cops. We all have done it at some point in our lives. On 11:11 we wished for something that we didn’t know if it would come true or not. Character A never believed in those types of things, but Character B might just change her mind.

IV. Character A and Character B share an apartment together and are close friends. As a desperate favor, Character A asks Character B to pretend to be her girlfriend because her relatives are visiting from out of state for the week and she agrees.

V. Meet the Character A aka The Masked Thief, one of the only two top burglars in New York City. She steals for the good, but when a heist in a museum by the first top team of burglars that work for the criminals gets out of hand, she has to make a quick pit stop in a strangers bedroom as a hide out. Thus, she meets the most arrogant smart ass, Character B who ended up becoming an accomplice.