L.A. Kennedy

Beyond the story

Midge Gillies and Tony Benn Viewpoint As you start to write your style will emerge. Before you begin you should have some idea of how much of you will appear in the book. If you’re writing a memoir nearly all of it may be written in the first person and yours may be the only …

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Most of the time, we want to balance our scenes using dialogue, action and narrative to engage readers at an emotional level and keep them hooked. Here’s how to do that. Gloria Kempton Most of the time, we want to balance our scenes using three elements of fiction: dialogue, action and narrative. This is one …

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You would be surprised how often people get confused on writing dialogue. To be fair, it isn’t easy. Not everyone uses the same amount or the same structure. You have a variation of tags and tactics when it comes to dialogue. Don’t even get me started on the long paragraphs of one character speaking that […] …

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