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Writing Effective Dialogue
Anything You Say... Tips for Effective Dialogue [in Mystery Writing] - Stephen Rogers
Creating Dynamic Dialogue - Will Greenway
Dialogue in Speculative Fiction - Paula Fleming
I Love You, My Little Cabbage: Using Foreign Words in Your Fiction - Cora Bresciano
Interjections and Profanity - Victoria Grossack
It's Not What They Say... - Mary Cook
Setting the Scene for Dialogue - Ginger Hanson
Slang and How to Sling It - Randall Platt
What Are They Thinking? Portraying Your Characters' Thoughts - Victoria Grossack
What Should They Talk About? - Victoria Grossack
Writing Captivating Dialogue for Children - Mary Emma Allen
Writing Romantic Dialogue - Anne Marble

Grammar & Punctuation in Dialogue
Off with the Talking Heads! - Marg Gilks
Punctuating Dialogue - Marg Gilks
The Use and Abuse of Dialogue Tags - Anne Marble
Who Speaks? Pointers about Attribution in Dialogue - Victoria Grossack

See also:
General Fiction Tips
Characters, Viewpoint and Naming
Description & Setting
Writing Mysteries
Writing Romance
Writing Speculative Fiction: SF, Fantasy & Horror
Writing for Children
Column: Crafting Fabulous Fiction, by Victoria Grossack

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