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“You inform the reader, at the place where it’s necessary for them to know this thing, to be on the same page, no pun intended.”
In this episode, we discuss some notes that Taylor provided to Steve on a new series he’s writing and she includes some of her “hacks” for quicking improving your writing. We discuss the thought, action, speech dialogue rule, different ways of showing emotion through gesture and movement and delivering information to your readers at exactly the point where they need it.
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Peter Dudley says
I think it was Taylor who suggested breaking up long dialog with actions and putting those actions first.
She held the stapler against my forehead. “What are you doing here?”
Curious readers want to know, what happens next?