Getting the Conflict in Your Dialogue Right

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I always enjoy the posts I read over on Kim’s Craft Blog. There was one in particular last week which I thought said something I hadn’t come across before. It’s all about letting big conflicts grow from small beginnings in your dialogue.

picture c/o hovercraft doggy.

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6 thoughts on “Getting the Conflict in Your Dialogue Right

  1. Great post! Thanks, again.

  2. Thanks for sharing this one, Lorrie. It’s a great explanation on giving depth to your characters.

  3. Good one, Lorrie. Subtext in dialogue usually comes across as very realistic when done the right way.

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