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Dialogue is King
By Tiffany Lawson Inman In theatre, dialogue is king. It is the lifeline of the story. Character’s lines bouncing back and forth between each other. Confiding, conspiring, commiserating, coercing, or caring. Dialogue works to create emotion, conflict, show character, and … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft, Miscellaneous, Tiffany Lawson Inman Tagged 77 Secrets to writing YA Fiction that sells, action, backstory, Characters, conflict, Darkness My Old Friend, dialogue, Directing Diolgue, Fighting in Fiction, From Madness to Method, Lawson Writer's Academy, Lisa Unger, Naked Editor, scenes, subtext, theatre techniques, Tiffany Lawson Inman, voice, Writers in the Storm 31 Comments