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How to Write Dazzling Dialogue [Reading] ➿ How to Write Dazzling Dialogue ➶ James Scott Bell – There is one sure fire way of improving your novel fastYou may know the fundamentals of how to write fiction You may be than competent in plot structure and characters But if your dialogue is dull it Write Dazzling Kindle Ò There is one sure fire way of improving your novel fastYou may know the fundamentals of how to write fiction You may be than competent in plot structure and characters But if your dialogue is dull it will drag the whole story downOn the other hand if your dialogue is crisp and full of tension it immediately grabs the reader And if that reader is an agent or editor sharp dialogue will give them instant assurance that you know what you're doing as a writerWriting a bestseller How to ePUB ´ or hot screenplay is no easy task but dazzling dialogue is an absolute essential if you want to get there The best part is the skills of the dialogue craft are easy to understand and put into practice bestselling writing coach James Scott Bell has put together and expanded upon the dialogue lectures from his popular writing seminars In How to Write Dazzling Dialogue you'll learnWhat fictional dialogue is and isn'tThe secrets of crafting memorable dialogueThe essential tasks of dialogue ways to improve your dialogue to Write Dazzling Epub Ú ear can't miss methods to increase conflict and tension in any dialogue exchangeThe top dialogue issues and how to resolve themYou'll also see dazzling dialogue in action with examples from hit novels and screenplaysDon't sabotage your chances of selling your work to readers or publishers because the dialogue is unexceptional Dazzle them with what the characters say How to Write Dazzling Dialogue will give you the tools to do it.

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10 thoughts on “How to Write Dazzling Dialogue

  1. K.M. Weiland K.M. Weiland says:

    As always Bell has put together lots of great tips here He breaks down the process of dialogue starting with the basics even talking about punctuation which is something I see abused way than it should be and building up to some really snazzy tips for experienced authors who are wanting to take their characters’ speech to the next level Keep your highlighter handy

  2. Elise Stone Elise Stone says:

    I have two bookshelves of writing craft books This doesn't include the shelf with my dictionaries style manuals thesauri and grammar books I've also taken many writing classes I've made a conscious effort in the past couple of years to not take any classes not buy any books because most of them don't have anything new to teach meThis book is differentIt's really a booklet or pamphlet not a whole book but it focuses specifically on writing dialogue and goes deeper than most general books James Scott Bell provides specific techniues for adding tension to dialogue for avoiding the boring chit chat while still keeping the essentials of what you want your characters to say There are several suggestions for exercises you can try to improve the way you write dialogue some of which were new to me With the number of writing books I've read I'd assume they would be new to others as wellIt does include most of the standard advice for writing dialogue as well but Bell was smart enough to put this at the back rather than the beginning where it might make the reader assume you were just getting tips you already knewMost of all I like the tone of this book It doesn't present the information as rules you must follow Instead it says these are things I've learned about dialogue things you might want to incorporate in what you do when you write it but if you want to do something different that's okay too That's very refreshing to see in a writing craft book

  3. Stephanie Swanbeck Stephanie Swanbeck says:

    This is the first book I read by James Scott Bell and I'm already a major fan He has a way of telling his lessons in a thorough yet concise manner that I have yet to see in other writing fiction how to authors I'm really looking forward to reading his other books

  4. Cole Cole says:

    Could have done without the transphobic Kurt Vonnegut uote but otherwise a solid reference with interesting writing exercise suggestions

  5. Barbara Venkataraman Barbara Venkataraman says:

    Worth the readI love everything James Scott Bell writes Having read dozens of books on writing I’ve found very few as excellent as his

  6. Lesleya Lesleya says:

    This was a great uick reference on writing dialogue and really helped me when I was stymied by my characters’ inability to say two words to each other that weren’t deadly dull Glad I came across it while searching other writing books

  7. Ari Ari says:

    Well meaning tips and plenty of examples through which to better understand the author's stated points

  8. Christopher Garner Christopher Garner says:

    There appears to be a certain consistent uality about these short books by Bell I believe it is this they are helpful but also vaguely disappointing This may be a result of their brevity or that they are simple in a manner that lends itself to being perceived as trivial Oversimplification after all is convenient for writers It means doing less work A conflict occurs however when readers recognize this and attribute it to the writer wanting to make a uick buck I don’t want to undermine the difficulty of toeing the line between writing simply and clearly and being reductive But in How to Write Dazzling Dialogue I believe Bell fell short in achieving such a balance Comparing How to Write Dazzling Dialogue and How to Make a Living as a Writer to Plot Structure provides a ready example of what I’m talking about Plot Structure is of significant length but written in simple English and by no means lacking in scope I gave it four stars It was abundant with practical instruction and also presumably well researched as far as I can tell The other two aforementioned books by Bell however are in my opinion found lacking when placed under the same measures of success They feel rushed shallow and at times even disingenuous For these reasons I will continue to keep Plot Structure near my writing desk but steer clear of purchasing any short works by Bell If the two I already own had not been as modestly priced as they were I would feel a bit betrayed and say they were absolutely not worth buying But I believe the money I spent they were on sale when I bought them was at least worth the modest furthering of my knowledge of the craft these books provided

  9. A.S. A.S. says:

    Super uick read a lot of great advice Absolutely would recommend for anyone writing a novel The examples were as helpful for me as the explanations were and there are LOTS of examples but I think that's just me

  10. Sidharth Kriplani Sidharth Kriplani says:

    The book is short 140 pages long examples are provided everywhere there is nothing much that exaggerated the art of writing dialogue while giving the due respect to those who have established themsleves to be masters of it I would definitely recommend just about anyone in case they want to learn to write better dialogues

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