Writing Fiction. Improve Your Dialogue With James Scott Bell

18 Responses to “Writing Fiction. Improve Your Dialogue With James Scott Bell”

  1. Joanna Penn Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  2. Adam Santo Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  3. Seeley James Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  4. Jesse Jamison Says:

    To the writers out there… as an avid reader… I can attest that the word
    “said” is not invisible. Everybody says this for some reason. How can
    someone say to avoid redundancy and at the same time say, “but said is
    invisible to the reader.” Where did this bs come from… where is this
    study everyone thinks exists. Please do not believe this.

  5. Tony Milano Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  6. Anne-Maree Gray Says:

    I think you made his day, Joanna.
    Very interesting. Great advice about using an argument to bring up past
    issues (as people always do) and avoid the overuse of names – ugh hate
    that! 

  7. Melody McKinnon Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  8. James Lee Schmidt Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  9. Michelle Dennis Evans Says:
  10. Shay Barratt Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  11. Kevin Rees Says:

    Agree about True Detective. I’ve got the DVD’s and am overawed by the
    beautiful dialogue. Try Nic Piazzolatto’s book Galveston. It is going to be
    a classic.

  12. Nadine Tomlinson ~ Live, Love, Write! Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  13. Talina Perkins Says:

    Fantastic interview w/ James Scott Bell about dialogue #writing

  14. Roberta Loufek Says:

    #indieauthor #epub #writing 

  15. Dixon Dark Says:

    Great video Joanna! Some of these things I started doing by chance and it
    really helped, such as reading dialogue out loud as I wrote. Writing is a
    hobby, not a profession for me and I always enjoy your videos. You did an
    especially nice job of interviewing Mr Bell. Thank you for discussing
    subtext, I look forward to experimenting more with this. My best to you.

  16. Robb's Homemade Life Says:

    I could listen all day, you two were great. I will check out Mr. Bell’s
    books

  17. Nebraska Writers Guild Says:

    Why is dialogue so important anyway? http://ow.ly/zMaAG #writingtip

  18. Mark Manning Says:

    Thank You So Much Joanna ,
    I found this really useful and your Questions were the ones I’d have wanted
    to ask !.

    Best wishes from Ireland ,

    Marko

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