Dialogue is often one of the most confounding elements for writers to handle. Repetition, unnatural and on-the-nose speech, and expositional info-dumps are just a few of the pitfalls that regularly plague manuscripts.
To help with this, today we’re sharing a video by writer Mark Crilley wherein he uses his own Brody’s Ghost comic books to demonstrate 10 superb tips that will help you bring a natural spark to your dialogue.
Set aside 20 minutes for yourself and give it a watch. Your editor — and your readers — will thank you!