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Writing Dialogue

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Imagines ⌲ Lahey - WRITING PROMPTS!

❝ DUDE, I LOVE MEXICAN. ❞ [ ISAAC LAHEY IMAGINES ] [ REQUESTS ARE OPEN ]

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I stan Goofy Villains

Rule #1:The first male or female (We ain't judging here.) you see or touch in the story becomes your love interest Stondonda had her eyes covered as she walked down the hallway of school. Going to...

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SOFT ANGST STARTERS. ’stay for me.’ ’what's this between us?’ ’i don’t want your apology.’ ’you know i have feelings for you! 'yeah, i remember the drill.’ ’you’ve never hurt me. ever.’ ’then leave her/him/them. at home.’ ’i don’t believe it.’ ’this is breaking my heart.’ ’you met me at a very strange time in my life! ’what keeps you up at night?’ ’i wish you were here.’ ’i let you down.’ ’something strange happened here.’ ’you’re not safe here.’ ’i wasn't ready to say goodbye.’ ’we are not the same, and never will be.’ - )

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alate ; roleplay scenarios / extra roleplay things - More roleplay ideas/prompts

alate ; (adj.) having wings, lifted up in flight

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Grace
Grace saved to dystopia

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Apr 12, 2020 - Learn the art of world-building in your sci-fi, fantasy or alt-history story with these 10 key elements of world-building!

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Writing Prompts No. 1-15 - Writer's Encyclopedia

Writing Prompts No. 1-15 FIND MORE PROMPTS While You’re Here Why not check out our most recent articles? Why Writing Prompts? Writing prompts provide authors with freedom. They enable us to pick and choose what inspires us, gives us an opportunity to practice writing different situations without muddying our existing plots, and fights off writer’s […]

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argument starters

“I never loved you.” “You know we all hate you, right?” “Just leave!” “You’re a freak.” “You’re nothing but a burden.” “No wonder they left, who could love you?” “Toughen up!” “Why are you crying? You...

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