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Heat Wave. (Barry X Reader)
A/N: Meh. Just another fluffy fic with dis cutie inspired by the sudden hot weather we're having here. This picture does not belong to me, and unfortunately, neither does he. :*
"Barry, I hope you called me because you have air conditioning and ice cream, because I practically died walking here." You yelled, entering his house as if it was your own. It basically was already, because you spent a large portion of your time there.
"Oh, I didn't expect you to be here so early." He walked down the stairs, sporting only a pair of gym shorts.
"Put a shirt on." You wrinkled your nose at him, hoping it would hide your faint blush.
You'd been childhood friends for so long-- why had the two of you been acting so weird recently?
"Well, we're going outside." He grinned, shrugging.
"But you don't have a pool! It's so hot out there!"
"C'mon, I promise you won't regret it."
Sighing, you followed him out the d
Professor Sycamore x Reader: Fever! Part VII“Professor, it’s me, a, a, achoo!” You quickly covered your mouth before you sneezed on Professor Sycamore’s door. When you were sure your sentences weren’t going to end in ‘achoo’, you knocked on the professor’s door and tried again. “It’s me, [Name]. You wanted to see me, Professor?”
“Entrez!” The Kalosian man behind the door called. You had been in Kalos long enough to know that ‘entrez’ meant ‘come in’ in his native tongue.
You entered his office, but were unable to meet his eyes. “I’m sorry I’m late, Professor.” It seemed like you were always apologizing for being late. It was a wonder he wasn’t extremely angry with you for it.
“That’s fine, [Name]. Adele explained to me what happened.” Professor Sycamore folded his hands and looked serious. “But I really wish you would have called me. I was really worried when you didn’t
A Guide to Writing DialogueWhat is dialogue, exactly? The definition from Merriam-Webster’s dictionary was several lines long, so I shall summarize it in a short sentence for the sake of the readers; it’s the writing that illustrates conversations between two or more characters in a story. We read and hear it all around us, but creating it in your own work can be a challenge. However, if you find dialogue an obstacle in your writing, then don’t push the panic button. In this tutorial, you’ll find by analyzing what dialogue can do and how to use it, you can turn your greatest fear into your greatest ally in your story.
What dialogue is
Like I’ve asserted before, dialogue is basically what the characters are saying to each other. It can be found in multiple mediums such as books, movies, comics, video games, etc. We even engage in dialogue daily without even thinking. When you talk to your best friend, a co-worker, or even your dog, you create dialogue. It’s exchang
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