10 Dialogue Errors To Avoid At All Costs – Writers Write

“10 Dialogue Errors To Avoid At All Costs” by Amanda Patterson | 3rd May, 2016 | Writers Write.

“Writing good dialogue can be difficult. Here are some of the most common mistakes beginner writers make.

  1. Stilted exchanges
  2. Similar voices
  3. Small talk
  4. Exposition
  5. Using names in dialogue
  6. Too many modifiers
  7. Forgotten dialogue tags
  8. Incorrect dialogue punctuation
  9. Unimportant conversations
  10. Too much talk.”

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