One of our final writing in our Creative Writing course is dialogue. Dialogue writings are great, if you are writing a play. However, it is one of my least favorite writing. In order to be a good dialogue writer, you must be able to express someone emotions in words because you are not able to see the person body language or tone through writing. Also, you have to express the characters to make them seem different throughout the passage. Having all the character sound the same will make your writing unattractive. I find myself not into dialogue writing, and I do believe it is a lot more difficult to accomplish writing a successful dialogue story.
Professor: Jessica Penner
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