When Writing Dialogue, Don’t Forget Who’s Talking

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2 thoughts on “When Writing Dialogue, Don’t Forget Who’s Talking

  1. Thanks for sharing, Chris. I realize “untagged dialogue” is a big trend right now. Maybe it’s all my failing, but I just can’t keep up. Recently I figured out that I had the roles reversed, for an entire series… I have only read one person who can do “untagged” well. It gives me a headache to try and read it from most people…
    Okay… so this is right up there with the pop-ups that interrupt my reading, demanding that I sign up for a news letter or follow…
    Hugs!

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