How to Write Better Dialogue

A lot of writers struggle with writing good dialogue, especially when it comes to humor. I’ve got four suggestions to improve your dialogue significantly.

Dialogue is great because it’s an aspect of writing you can be really meticulous about getting correct and see results for your efforts. It’s not as nebulous as first pages, opening scenes, characterization, or other slippery writing topics.

Just ask these four questions about every line of dialogue you have and see what is needful and what is not. I’m sharing my dialogue writing secrets.

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