Dialogue prompts

Explore a collection of thought-provoking dialogue prompts to spark creativity and enhance your writing. Use these prompts to develop compelling conversations and bring your characters to life.
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Social anxiety is like a tiny gnome in the back of your head; it might be sleeping, it might be as active as never, or… it might be forcing you to go over the way you said “here” that one time during attendance. One thing is clear, though—people without one will never know what it feels like to have it affect every single social situation you’re in.

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Lou
Do you mean: Missy?? No but seriously, I LOVE goofy villains like this. They can still be evil and bad, they don’t have to muddle the lines between good and evil, but giving them a goofiness like this really helps lighten the mood of the story and keep things from becoming so insanely DARK all the time. (And often they create fangirls/fanboys that much quicker. See: Me with the Master/Missy. 😆) Writing Dialogue Prompts, Writing Promps, Writing Characters, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Book Prompts, Character Prompts

Do you mean: Missy?? No but seriously, I LOVE goofy villains like this. They can still be evil and bad, they don’t have to muddle the lines between good and evil, but giving them a goofiness like this really helps lighten the mood of the story and keep things from becoming so insanely DARK all the time. (And often they create fangirls/fanboys that much quicker. See: Me with the Master/Missy. 😆)

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Sara Trimarchi