Dialogue Writing Prompts: January 2017

Dialogue Writing Prompts

The easiest way to describe a character is to let the character tell the reader everything they need to know. Dialogue is crucial to any story. This week, you will find four lines of dialogue to help get your story started. Two of these have been used among my flash fictions. Do you remember which ones? You can click the links in the captions to find out or you can have the opportunity to read the stories if you’re new to our site!

Let us know what you think and what you would like to see more of in the future! Please share your stories with us @hollhideaway or in the comments below!

Dialogue Writing Prompts-Jan2017-"You said turn right. Now there's no path."
“You said turn right. Now there’s no path.”
Dialogue Writing Prompts-Jan2017-"I had almost thought you were going to give up, lad."
“I had almost thought you were going to give up, lad.”
Dialogue Writing Prompts-Jan2017-"Why can't we ever catch the killer with the knife in their hands?"
“Why can’t we ever catch the killer with the knife in their hands?”
Dialogue Writing Prompts-Jan2017-"You know we're not all born with the ability to throw fireballs, right?"
“You know we’re not all born with the ability to throw fireballs, right?”

 

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