I'm heading out to Star Wars Celebration and Dragon*Con next week and wanted to get another installment of these posts elaborating on my " 50 rules and tips for writers " out before I left. This series is all about fleshing out each individual rule and offering myself (as well as other writers) some food for thought on the process of writing. You can read Part 1 here . You can read Part 2 here. You can read Part 3 here. These next three all generally have to do with dialogue. Dialogue is very crucial in prose and screenwriting. And giving characters unique voices is a challenge for any writer, even the best of them. These next three rules in the series are, more than anything, here to make you think differently about dialogue and how it looks on the page and what you can do to make it better. Sometimes, considering a different perspective is all you need to put you on the right path. 15) Monologues are for the theatre. Break up long stretches of dialogue wit
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