Five Ways To Improve Your Character’s Voice and Dialogue

If you haven’t been following my blog, a few posts ago I mentioned my blog series focusing on character development for your novel.

If you missed the previous posts, you can find click on them here –

Backstory and Motivations

Below is the next post for my blog series on character development, ‘FiveWays to Improve your Character’s Voice and Dialogue.


Eight Ways To Create Your Characters Dialogue Distinctive

The last couple of posts have been revolved around supporting characters.

How to Create Supporting Characters

Five Rules for Writing a Large Cast of Characters

Whether it is a supporting or the main character, you need them to sound distinctive so the reader doesn’t get confused and know who is talking.

In an earlier post about dialogue, I pointed out that if your characters each have a distinct voice, you can get away with fewer dialogue tags. But how do you make them sound different from one another?

Here are eight things to consider when crafting distinctive dialogue.


Dialogue in Novels

It’s that time of the week – Discussion Tuesday.

From those who are new, each week I post a topic (relevant to my WIP) and try to unravel the mysteries and perspectives of it.
Last weeks topic was Information Dumps, it wasn’t as engaging as the week prior (Profanity in novels) nevertheless it still attracted some engagement. But if you did missed out you can contribute on the link above.

For now, this week’s topic is: