"What was I supposed to do, you know I can't be seen with you!" Draco argues.
"You were just fine before you found out about my blood line! Why does it even matter to you?!"
"Of course it matters (name), I can't risk my reputation like that"
"How could I have been so stupid as to trust you? To help you? To tell you everything and how do you repay me? You cast me aside because the blood that runs through the veins of a person who truly cares about you isn't good enough!!!" I glare into his cold eyes, wishing he would just die! Only, I know I would morn him... That stupid brat. I swat away tears that escape my eyes. I'm supposed to be pissed damn it!
"Don't be so melodramatic" the blonde replies.
"I think I have earned my right to melodrama! Have you ever though about why I've always been there when you're at your worst? I'm always there when you need to cry. I'm always there to help you in your low times and smile at
Anybody Can Write a Novel Version 2.0
Chapter 4 “Creating a Plot” – Section 2 “Plot Premise”
"Every human being has hundreds of separate people living under his skin. The talent of a writer is his ability to give them their separate names, identities, personalities and have them relate to other characters living with him."
Ask a beginning writer what their story is about, and you'll likely be rewarded with a long and tedious monologue about their world, characters, and story ideas—told in such a way that reveals that they really can't answer the question without telling the entire story. If you are trying to gain reader interest, or even publish your work, you need to be able to answer that question in a c