Balancing Dialogue And Description


So you’re writing a scene between two characters, but it’s come out as a wall of dialogue.

Or it lacks flow and reads like a ping pong exchange of questions and answers.

Not to mention your dialogue tags rival that of a thesaurus.

The worst part is, you don’t have a clue where to start fixing it, or why it’s reading so wrong in the first place.

As part of a series of workshops, I’ve created the Balancing Dialogue And Description workshop.

In it, you will discover:

✍️ Examples of poor dialogue and why it reads badly.

✍️ Simple techniques and tricks to fix your dialogue.

✍️ How to seamlessly blend dialogue with description (resulting in enhanced story flow)

✍️ Exclusive writing exercises to help sharpen your dialogue writing skills.



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