How to convey setting in dialogue without sounding like a B and B brochure

editing_and_proofreading_blog_947In fiction, as in life, dialogue is very important.

So you know you need to get it right. And that is where the fun starts. It is so easy to get bogged down when you are writing dialogue.

Which is why the title of this post appealed to me: how to convey setting in dialogue without sounding like a B and B brochure.

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About The Proof Angel

I am a freelance editor and proofreader, working with a wide range of clients from large companies to individuals. I can help you to communicate clearly by carrying out a final check, or by suggesting ideas get your message over. I also have a sideline in textiles, as The Rainbow Angel.
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