3 Things To Remember About Dialogue

Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 29: 3 Things To Remember About Dialogue


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  1. Mike Brown

    When writing in first person, dialog becomes your source by which you tell your story. First person narration forces you to embrace dialog. Spoken words can shape a character and define emotion in the story. But, remember dialog must be real, believable, and reflect the diversity of your characters. These are the lessons I have learned writing first person stories which will help me write other third person narrative stories as well. Anyone can tell a story, but dialog allows you to draw your reader into the story.

  2. Anthony Ehlers

    Great insight, Mike. That’s something I’d like to explore – the link between dialogue and viewpoint.

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