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July 13, 2011

General Writing: Enhancing Dialogue

Filed under: General Writing — Tags: , — ax20 @ 12:32 pm

Dialogue is one of the most crucial elements to a book. It lets you know who a person is and how they are feeling, it reveals important pieces of information, and it breaks up the otherwise dense blocks of description and movement. Read this article for some hints on improving your dialogue:

Enhancing Dialogue

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