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Improve Your Dialogue


Today we are going to talk about one of the most important aspects of your novel: Dialogue.

When an agent or editor receives your manuscript, they will frequently turn to a passage of dialogue first. Why?

Dialogue is the fastest way for an agent or editor to tell how well you write.

That’s one of the main reasons AutoCrit pinpoints weak dialogue in your work and provides a wealth of tips, tricks, and the exact information you need to turn your dialogue into well written, believable passages that agents and editors love.

Here are some of the resources you won’t want to miss:

Write Better Dialogue Course
(Available in a few weeks)

In this in-depth course, we’ll walk you through what makes strong dialogue, why it matters, and specifically how to transform your dialogue into well-written, believable passages that readers will love.
Dialogue Session I

 

AutoCrit Dialogue Tag Report

Use dialogue tags only as needed—and when you do, keep it simple. AutoCrit helps you determine whether you need to cut any excessive or unnecessary tags.
Dialogue Summary

AutoCrit Adverbs in Dialogue Report

Using adverbs in dialogue indicates lazy writing and is a huge red flag for agents and editors. We’ll show you exactly where adverbs exist in your dialogue so you can rewrite using stronger, more specific words and descriptions.

Please take a minute to try this analysis on your story. You’ll be amazed how much more confident you will feel after working through this!