Notes on writing dialogueDialogue can be one of the most challenging components of writing fiction. Often, the conversations come off feeling too forced or too clunky, lacking in natural rhythm.
Write What You Know
The Purpose-Driven Plot
If Robespierre had livedHis punishment was to be installed in an apartment with windows overlooking the cemetery on the Rue de Picpus. This, after he was dragged from his sickbed into the square on that fateful day. They grabbed him by the hair and forced his head back as one by one, his friends were fed to the guillotine.
TurnsHe turns on the boarding dock. He is trying to smile; the corners of his mouth twitch. Shifting his duffel bag from one arm to the other, he raises a solemn hand to her.
Time and Place
AUR - The courier (coloring page) TheBrassGlass 24 7 Morgan Point Lighthouse TheBrassGlass 9 2 Trade - Posy Prince TheBrassGlass 20 17 The hero of time TheBrassGlass 33 5 Castle in the clouds TheBrassGlass 34 6 Ship sunset TheBrassGlass 105 16 A winter sunset in New England TheBrassGlass 43 6 Hindsdale pink TheBrassGlass 15 2 Violet TheBrassGlass 90 10 Sleepy Hollow TheBrassGlass 183 58 Trade - Ice queen TheBrassGlass 17 8 Sackets Harbor flooding TheBrassGlass 33 8 The Half Moon TheBrassGlass 27 10 Avery Point Light TheBrassGlass 15 5 Commission - Yves de Reveille TheBrassGlass 44 9 The Last Mermaid TheBrassGlass 92 9 Colossus waking TheBrassGlass 6 1 Scratched TheBrassGlass 11 1 Avery Point Light reflection TheBrassGlass 19 7 Sea to infinity TheBrassGlass 26 1 Companions TheBrassGlass 5 1 When and If TheBrassGlass 15 1 Dreaming TheBrassGlass 8 1 The end of the world TheBrassGlass 21 3