Writing dialogue

Editing_and_proofreading_blog_282Dialogue is an important part of life.

That makes it an important part of any story.

So it must be an important part of a novel.

Doesn’t that sound logical? Unfortunately, real dialogue is usually pretty bland stuff. It holds the attention of participants, but rarely grips other people. Anyone who uses public transport regularly is painfully aware of that.

So how do you get realistic dialogue into your novel and keep your readers interested at the same time? Here are some tips to help.

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About The Proof Angel

I am a freelance editor and proofreader. I work with a wide range of clients, from companies to self publishing authors. I can help you to communicate clearly in print or on line by providing a fresh pair of eyes, carrying out a final check, or by suggesting ideas to improve the flow of your message.
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