Some writers love writing dialogue and others find it intimidating. Given that modern novels are full of dialogue, it is something we need to take seriously. Readers love dialogue and they often skip chunks of description to get to these exchanges between characters.
A year ago, I wrote a detailed article on 10 dialogue errors you should avoid making. I created this infographic as a summary (and a reminder). I hope you find it useful.
If you want to read the full article, please click here: 10 Dialogue Errors To Avoid At All Costs
Source for original article: 10 Dialogue Errors To Avoid At All Costs
Infographic created at Visme
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