Dialogue Prompt – Going Back

“There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home.” Or so Dorothy Gale told us in The Wizard of Oz. This conversation isn’t necessarily about being able to go back home. It is instead... Read more

Writing Prompt – Human-Demon Twins

This prompt is based off some characters I created for some stories of mine. They are, in the grand theme of things, rather minor characters. The series they are in defines demons as basically being basically another race of beings... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Busy Kidnappers

In this prompt by The Fake Redhead, we have a character who has been kidnapped, not once or even twice, but three times in a single week. This presents a rather interesting question. How’d the keep escaping? There is also... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Repeat Childhood Twice

In this prompt by The Fake Redhead, we have a character who has definitely had a different kind of life. We may not know a lot about them, but what we do know is well, a lot. Anyone who has... Read more

Writing Prompt – Society that Values Emotional Skills

Skills should be valued, but it’s not realistic to pretend that most people have certain skills they value over others. In most, maybe all, societies and communities I have heard about the most valued skills were either physical or mental.... Read more

Character Bank – No Prophecy

I am dedicating this prompt to my youngest sibling. There are no prophecies in my family, but the youngest sibling often feels like there is no place for them and while I don’t think she thinks that way, I think... Read more

Writing Prompt – Dancing with the Shadow

Probably the first thing that comes to mind when I think of a shadow that is independent from a person is Shadow in Peter Pan with Mary Martin from the 60s. I don’t even know if I saw that movie... Read more

Writing Prompt – Mismatched Eyes

This is a short little character bank, but I like it anyway. All this prompt by The Sarcastic Muse tells us is that this character is a male with heterochromia with hair long enough to almost hide his eyes. You... Read more

Writing Prompt – Awkward Chuckle

Nothing to see here. I’m not sure I’ve ever actually seen mistletoe. I absolutely had to find a picture of it to include with this prompt from Holloway’s Hideaway, but I still don’t think I’ve ever seen it in person.... Read more

Dialogue Prompt – Terrified Little Girl Prompt

This dialogue prompt by Rachel C. Marek makes me laugh. I see two possible scenarios here. The first is that this person knows what they will do if cornered and is making it a signal so it sounds planned rather... Read more