Dialogue Prompt – All of Them

In this prompt by The Fake Redhead, there is a certain urgency to the words. We don’t know what they are talking about and it could be something very benign, such as a game, but whatever it is this is... Read more

Character Interviews with K. M. Weiland

One interesting post I found on character interviews is by K. M. Weiland. The post, called 100+ Questions to Help You Interview Your Character does not play the same way as most interviews. It is more like a questionnaire to... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – More Than You

In this prompt from The Jittery Junebug, there isn’t a lot to go on, but that is part of what makes it fun. There are so many ways you can go with it. This is the first prompt I have... Read more

Writing Prompt – Wedding Ring

Imagine being in your last year of high school. Maybe you haven’t even had your first job yet. Depending on your parents, you may or may not know much about taking care of a home. You probably can cook something,... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Is It Considered Murder?

I am unsure who the author of this prompt is other than presumably their name is Maddy and this is where I found the prompt in question. I am sorry to say I can’t find the other three (or more)... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Monopoly Jail

This prompt by Luna and Mia of the Write with Us blog amuses me. Maybe it’s because my family played so much Monopoly when I was growing up. I always liked the thimble because it was big enough that I... Read more

Writing Prompt – Soldier’s Heart

This prompt, like some of the others was inspired by something I read. I took the bare basics and made them into a prompt. As written it works best in either fantasy or religious fiction, depending of course on if... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – If a Ghost Haunts Me

Do you believe in ghosts? In this prompt by Marian Elizabeth, the speaking character does not believe in them, but is open to changing their minds if a ghost decides to haunt them, maybe. Although you can easily find the... Read more

Writing Prompt – No Time Left

For many people hospitals are a scary place. They represent bad things happening, loved ones who are sick, or who have died. For the people who work at the hospitals, there is a chance to make a difference. They are... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Filthy Liar

In this dialogue prompt from Ruby Rumsey we look into the idea of love at first sight. There are two speakers in the prompt. One of them believes in love at first sight. The other may or may not believe... Read more