Tag: dialogue tips

Behind “The Process”: 1 Quick Show-Don’t-Tell Cheatcode

Show don't tell is the most common writing advice. Dialogue can be a means to that end.

Almost every writer has heard the saying “show, don’t tell.” That can be easier said than done. Here’s how dialogue can help.

Is There a Good Time to Use Bad Words?

Disclaimer: This post has some offensive words in it. The purpose is purely educational and is meant to start a meaningful dialogue. This post is NOT meant to shock, offend, or promote any kind of hateful thought or rhetoric. ‚ÄúThere are no bad words.… Continue Reading “Is There a Good Time to Use Bad Words?”

Behind “The Process” Quickie: Dialogue Tip

Why hello. How are you? Good, good. Glad to hear it. I’ve only got a minute, so I’ll make this quick. You may have heard a few writers say this and I think–regardless if it seems to some like a no-brainer, or to others… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process” Quickie: Dialogue Tip”