Posted on 01/25/2021 at 10:29 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Sometimes realistic isn’t the adjective you should strive for in your work.
C.S. Lakin points out — accurately, we think — that real-life dialogue often doesn’t make for thrilling listening.
So what should you focus on when writing dialogue in a novel?
Lakin proposes it as a way of describing and developing a character.
She shares the opening scene from a favorite novel to show how dialogue can reveal a character at her Live Write Thrive blog.
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