An Easy Tip to Avoid Infodumps in Your Dialogue – by Janice Hardy…

on Fiction University:

Just because a character says it, doesn’t mean it isn’t an infodump.

Dialogue is one of my favorite parts of writing. It’s fast-paced, grabs attention, and usually keeps the reader reading. When two characters are having a zippy conversation, readers feel like they’re hanging out with them and part of the story.

But those conversations can also contain the dreaded infodump-as-dialogue.

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