The Big Effect of Dialogue Attribution Episode 183


Dialogue is the favorite part of story writing for many authors. In dialogue writing, the author is able to give voice to the people the author created. Also dialogue is a favorite for many readers since it moves quickly, is a frequent source for humor, and generally adds white space to a book page making the reading look less intimidating. So dialogue is important but how about the bits that tag along with the dialogue: speech tags and narrative action. How important is that? And how varied? We’ll be reading through examples so be sure to download this week’s show notes so you can see the examples as you apply these techniques to your own work.

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