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πŸ”Ÿ Tips For Writing Dialogue.

Do you struggle to write engaging dialogue? Are you wondering how you can improve this all-important aspect of your writing? The video below will give you ten essential tips for writing dialogue that will keep your readers turning the pages. … Continue reading

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Writing Better Dialogue

Better dialogue isn’t just tone and characterization. Unfortunately, it also comes down to punctuation and formatting. After all we want our dialogue to flow seamlessly for the reader so as not to pull them out of the story. Below is … Continue reading

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How To Make Non-Action Scenes Standout

A scene where you have thinking or dialogue going on can sometimes be a down point in your story, but there are ways to captivate your readers with these scenes and keep their interest peaked. This video gives essential tips … Continue reading

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7 Simple Dialogue Rules To Improve Your Writing.

Is dialogue a challenge for you to write? If so the following article will improve your ability to write it if you follow the seven tips it contains. 7 Simple Dialogue Tips

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Hello, NOOOOO!

Why do you never start a scene with a greeting? Read on to find out why. The reasons might surprise you. This article is taken from my inbox, and I was pleasantly pleased by its information because in know I’m … Continue reading

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Make Dialogue Work FOR Your Story

Some people love writing dialogue, and others despise it. If you don’t grasp the basics of writing dialogue, it can genuinely become a task. The link below lays out ten simple rules on dialogue. Follow them, and you’ll be on … Continue reading

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Writing Advice To Live By.

Dialogue tags, quotation marks, & much more to improve your writing. BookWorks

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Write Dialogue That Flows

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How To Build TENSION In Your Story.

The stakes in fiction matter because stakes create tension. The protagonist’s ultimate happiness, perhaps even his life, depends on the outcome. Continue reading

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Character Creation & Development–How To Bring Them To Life.

Creating character interest is vital when trying to reel in devoted readers. After all, your characters are the building blocks of your novel. Continue reading

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How To Write Great Dialogue & Have It Move Your Story Forward.

Realistic dialogue written well can advance a story and flesh out characters while providing a break from straight exposition. Continue reading

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