Five dialogues from New Moon by Stephenie Meyer
1. “What did I do wrong,” Charlie demanded.
2. “Oh, c’mon,” I said, with an edge of hysteria in my voice. “I’m only eighteen.”
3. He was suddenly right in my face, his fury glowing in his eyes. “For existing,” he hissed.
4. “Not like that. I swear, they’re like hall monitors gone bad. They don’t start fights, they keep the peace.” He snorted.
5. “Bella, turn around,” he growled.
“Alicia! Time to get up,” my mom called. I grudgingly rolled out of my bed and got changed. I’m not sure why she got me up. Today was Saturday. “Today is Aunt Lea’s wedding! I’m just so excited,” my mom squealed.
“Already? I thought it was next week,” I grumbled. Aunt Lea never really liked me. I quite surprised she invited me to her wedding. Maybe my new Uncle would like me. Uncle Pat.
“Oh, it won’t be that bad. I’m sure Uncle Pat will be very nice. Aunt Lea will be happy to introduce you. I heard she was thinking of you staying at her place for a week so you could meet him. Oh, Aunt Lea is just so sweet,” my mom babbled. Aunt Lea mainly liked adults. She’d yap for hours with the same person. When she met any kid, she would wave hi. Then she’d just go on yapping with that same person. Aunt Lea didn’t even wave to me.
“Jessica! The coffee maker is broken,” my dad called.
“I’ll come in a second,” my mom muttered. “We will go shopping in a half an hour, for the dress. ‘Kay? Jeff…always is breaking things.” I hated dressing up. I can’t stand it. When my mom says “Oh! Look at that dress! That lace is just so cute! And the ruffles!” I just end up wherein black pants, white shirt, and a black sweater vest. I look just fine.
Just then my little brother Nate came hopping down stairs. Disturbing me from my train of thought.
“Alicia! Why did you get up so early! You woke me up,” Nate complained, slightly harsh. He seemed wide-awake considering I supposedly woke him up.
“Good morning Alicia,” my older sister Kirsten yawned. Apparently they had remembered about Aunt Lea’s wedding. Nate was all dressed and ready. He had gone shopping the night before.
This story was just mainly used for dialogue descriptors.
So it is un-finished.