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List of better ways to describe (gasp, heated, hunger, hungry) in writing
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Infographic - writing dialogue in a story | Now Novel
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Do you mean: Missy?? No but seriously, I LOVE goofy villains like this. They can still be evil and bad, they don’t have to muddle the lines between good and evil, but giving them a goofiness like this really helps lighten the mood of the story and keep things from becoming so insanely DARK all the time. (And often they create fangirls/fanboys that much quicker. See: Me with the Master/Missy. 😆)
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These dialogue tips and examples will help you enliven your dialogue and write effective dialogue that reveals your characters' feelings, desires and more.
Jarelee Torres saved to writing
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