Tag: dialogue

Instructor Q&A: Natalia Sylvester

“Even if it doesn’t make it into your story, write different conversations and be willing to explore the fluidity of your characters as they move through the world and communicate.” -Natalia Sylvester Natalia Sylvester is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “Talk to Me: Writing Dialogue

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

Dialogue is my favorite part of a story, whether I’m reading a story or writing one. I think that dialogue offers such an opportunity to get to the heart of a character. We all speak differently because of our personalities, our backgrounds, and the things that have influenced us along

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

The Art of Dialogue  Good dialogue is unmistakable. It can electrify a piece of writing and bring an otherwise listless story to life. It can create tension from nothing, advance a stalling plot, reveal hidden motives, and add depth through subtext. Yet many writers—even those with years of experience—struggle with

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