What are two ways to write dialogue for the werewolf novel? How do you write dialogue for your werewolves when writing the werewolf novel? Last night as I was working on the midnight writing challenge on the 2nd draft of my werewolf novel During the Blue Hour, chapter 35 I realized something was wrong while writing. The writing for the scene didn’t flow the way I wanted it or needed it to . I was stuck. But what was wrong?
The reason why my dialogue in my scene didn’t work was because I did some things wrong.
- I didn’t end the dialogue with a proper action tag of the person talking. I leaped into the next dialogue and I didn’t decipher if the other character was talking or not.
- I put the name of the characters in the dialogue when they talked. Apparently that is not good writing and should be avoided at all cost.
So these are the things that i changed in the scene and throughout the rest of my draft.
- use of the appropriate action tag for the character
- took out the use of character names within dialogue
Writing dialogue can be a challenge especially in a fantasy novel with supernatural creatures like werewolves .
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