Dialogue: noun — a literary composition in the form of conversation.
AKA the words in quotations.
“<< These guys >>”
*Waits for response like on Dora the Explorer*
Okay, good! Now we can move on.
Now we all love to read dialogue. We live for the moments in the book when the protagonist is speaking to her love interest (Princess Diaries, anyone?) or when there's that intense, climatic conversation between two characters.
Reading it is awesome. But, writing it?
Well, sometime's it's fun. Sometime's you want to just skip all the description and tricky stuff in between and just get right down to the conversation that's been building in your head all through the school day (maybe that's just me xD).
But other time's you just kind of want to stab it in the face. You know, violently.
So, here's the topic to help with that frustration!
What's your strong suit—description or dialogue?
Do you think your dialogue sounds like actual conversation?
Do you need help? (I like helping )
How do you make dialogue...GOOD? (Lol, I'm being blunt here.)
ANYWAY, post your advice, problems, and ask for help! Dialogue is my strong suit, I'd be glad to help any of y'all.
PS: Thanks to Meg (24moon100) for suggesting this topic.