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When you're writing in the first person, there are two things you should avoid doing when it comes to the character's thoughts and dialogue.

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Rather be at home.

Sarah to Jason. She says this in a hilariously military voice that makes Cass and Dan collapse in tears of laughter.

⚘ DAILY STORY SEED ⚘ Ice Emblem Write about a character who lives in a fantasy world. In this realm, humanity has remained strong because an ancient relic protects their borders from the threats beyond. The catch? This character is planning to steal this relic, and they have a very good reason to do so. Want to publish a story inspired by this prompt? Click here to read the guidelines~ ♥︎ And, if you’re looking for more writerly content, make sure to follow me: maxkirin.tumblr.com!

⚘ DAILY STORY SEED ⚘ Daggers In the Dark Write about a character who happens to be the next person in line for the throne… except that they do not wish to be crowned. Why is this? Are they afraid they would fail? Or (worst of all) are they afraid of their siblings, who would do anything to wear the crown? Want to publish a story inspired by this prompt? Click here to read the guidelines~ ♥︎ And, if you’re looking for more writerly content, make sure to follow me: maxkirin.tumblr.com!

(Play the evil guy) I stare at him as he says that. Why am I attracted to these men? I'm good for crying out loud! He moves closer and touches my cheek, stroking it. I bit my lip and he smiled at me, showing off a wicked grin. "Let me show you how it'll be if your...bad." He says grabbing my hand and running off. I yell but he doesn't listen. What was he planning?

These are some ideas that could go into a Writer's Notebook. OMG! Why didn't my teacher's do something like this. This is fun and entertaining for the students. It make me excited to try something like this. I think students would enjoy it because they are writing about themselves while inputting what they learned about punctuation, grammar etc.

I think I ought to put this prompt together with another one and use the two characters together. "Write a character who, regardless of the hardships they endure, always keep fighting. What keeps them going? Do they do it for themselves, or someone else?"