Fiction Writing: Dynamic Dialogue Tips, Writing Dialogue Format, Writing Examples

  • by Ora Rosalin, Bey Rosalin
  • Narrated by RJ Walker
  • 0 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dialogue is an Incredibly Common Struggle for Writers
A lot of people tend to overlook the value good dialogue can add to a story. Likewise, poorly written dialogue can ruin a story. Oh, and to add to your problem, striking a balance between great dialogue and actually moving the plot forward can be a pain.
The essentials of dialogue truly depend on taste and voice. However unnatural dialogue can prevent readers from enjoying a story.
This is a simple, useful audiobook. You can listen to it while you're walking your dog, brushing your hair, or even getting ready for a date.


Discover what you need to add to your story , what you need to keep, and what you need to take away. Find out if your dialogue sounds natural or if it sounds like a robot is saying it. Wait?.Who's speaking again? Learn how not to confuse your readers Requirements: dialogue that needs immediate attention. Liven up your dialogue and allow your characters to speak for themselves.
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Some neat tips but not much else. Useful information about whether dialogue needs to be read out loud. This approach may not work. A fun introduction to dialogue and well priced.
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- Dr. Karen Otazo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-23-2015
  • Publisher: Ora Rosalin