He Said. She Said. 15 Keys to Writing Great Dialogue – by Ruth Harris…

on Anne R. Allen:

One of them is lying. Or are both of them lying? You mean maybe both of them are telling the truth? Could be, couldn’t it?

No matter which answer is the correct one, what people say and the words with which they say it, will immediately bring your characters—and your book—to life.

Well written dialogue, skillfully employed, is a potent weapon that will keep readers turning the pages and coming back for more.

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