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Writing Dialogue

On Language and Dialect: Bearmouth by Liz Hyder
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When I was a child, one of my aspirations was to become an Egyptologist, to explore the wild desert sands on a camel, to read hieroglyphs and make exciting new...

Dialogue, Journalism and Fiction Writing by Jonathan Whitelaw
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The best bit of writing advice I’ve ever been given is as follows: “You can’t edit a blank page.” And that little mantra has influenced me in both my fiction...

Writing Dialogue by Patricia Gibney
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Writing dialogue can be daunting for some writers, and for others it is second nature. For me, I think I fall somewhere in the middle. When tasked with writing this...

How to Write Dialogue by Angela Clarke
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Angela Clarke is The Sunday Times bestselling author of the Social Media Murder Series, including Follow Me, Watch Me, and Trust Me. Angela has produced an extensive collection of Writing Tips video tutorials on many...

Period Speech and Dialogue in Historical Fiction: Blood’s Game by Angus Donald
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One of the great joys of writing Blood’s Game, the first book in my new swashbuckling 17th-century series, was having access to the language of the time. This was an...

Dialogue: The Art of Keeping it On Point by Helen Fields
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Crime writing lives or dies on the quality of its dialogue. It’s actually easier to forgive bad dialogue on TV or at the cinema because your senses have other things...

When More is Too Much: Family Business by Muriel Bolger

It is said that you can tell whether a book is going to be any good after the first eight or nine pages. And I have to agree you usually...

Just Listen: Writing Dialogue by Ann O’Loughlin
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Just  listen. Dialogue is one of the most powerful tools  in a writer’s tool box, but to get it right you first have to do a lot of listening. Tune...

Writing Dialogue: The Battle of Conversation by Liz Lawlor
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Happy Talkie, Talkie, Happy Talk. . . This is what I’m singing in my head as I begin to write about dialogue and dialogue, I do believe, is something that...

Dialogue: Say, Say, Say What You Want, Although …by Hannah McKinnon
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Most writers would agree they love interacting with other writers. After all, who understands the trials, tribulations, crippling self-doubt and (at times elusive) euphoria better than a fellow author? But...