Fiction Writing Masterclass

Lesson 6: How to Write Effective Dialogue

This week we’ll focus on building characters through dialogue to ensure your characters are clearly identifiable and don’t all sound the same. We’ll also look at the differences between showing and telling and when you should use each one.

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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