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Resources for Dialogue

Posted: Aug 21, 2012 8:29 am
by Scott
Anybody have any suggestions for any resources, classes, lectures, or whatever for how to write good dialogue and subtext? That is definitely not a strong point for me.

Re: Resources for Dialogue

Posted: Oct 31, 2012 1:11 pm
by Silvi10
Hi Scott. I am Silvi, and I new and glad here, nice to meet you.
I believed about dialogue is practically pretty simple.
I s the same way you interact with your mom or friend or anybody.
The topic is the key to a good conversation or dialogue, so parting for that root a good topic is a good writing dialogue.
Read good books and you'll see to write a good dialogue.
I hope I am answering your question.

Re: Resources for Dialogue

Posted: Nov 01, 2012 9:33 am
by Silvi10
Hi :I just want to add and suggest about a "write good dialogue" is really coming for the real life every day interact.

Dialogue is there to push the action on.

It might reveal a character’s personality. Or to leave a clue as to something coming later.
So don’t ramble – get to the point.

It should sound authentic – a workman and a Doctor will talk very differently.

Read dialogue aloud and cut out tongue-twisters or clumsy phrases for a natural sound.