- Never use dialogue as an information dump.
- Use simple dialogue tags: let the characters’ words speak for themselves.
- Use dialogue beats to help with story pacing and to convey information or emotion: dialogue beats are brief depictions of character action inserted in between dialogue that help bring the scene to life.
- Remember that often less is more: people tend to say things as short as possible.
- Be careful when writing a dialect: don’t make it too heavy, or you might annoyed the readers.
- Would a bad dialogue affects the story?
- What should you never do in a dialogue?
- What is most important on writing a dialogue?