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How do you know when dialogue--or the lack thereof--is dragging down your scene? How do you fix a character who speaks without the laconic wit of the Terminator? Write Great Fiction: Dialogue by successful author and instructor Gloria Kempton has the answers to all of these questions and more! It's packed with innovative exercises and instruction designed to teach you how to: - Create dialogue that drives the story - Weave dialogue with narrative and action - Write dialogue that fits specific genres - Avoid the common pitfalls of writing dialogue - Make dialogue unique for each character Along with dozens of dialogue excerpts from today's most popular writers, Write Great Fiction: Dialogue gives you the edge you need to make your story stand out from the rest.
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Last Updated on January 31, I love writing dialogue. So despite being in love with writing, it never occurred to me to try writing a novel because I had thought that only people who could and would write pages of narrative got published. But despite finding writers whose books I could read hundreds of pages from in one sitting, I still doubted myself.
Dialogue : Techniques and Exercises for Crafting Effective Dialogue
Writer Great Fiction: Dialogue
How do you know when dialogue—or the lack thereof—is dragging down your scene? How do you fix a character who speaks with the laconic wit of the Terminator? Every good story needs a nice or not so nice turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, we'll look at how an unexpected action by a character can send the action in a new direction. Taken from our December issue, follow these 10 steps to beginning a rewarding, fulfilling career as a writer.