SA104 Improve Your Dialogue

Dialogue doesn’t always come easily, but it’s easy to recognize when dialogue is bad. Stephen King is a great example of someone who writes great dialogue, and reading masters of the craft is a great way to learn. Johnny also explains how to learn dialogue in everyday life, and tip one is to listen more than you talk. Then take what you hear and spice it up! He also talks about the problems surrounding ‘he said’ and ‘she said,’ as well as what King calls ‘swifties.’

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