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Further Notes On Punctuating Dialogue

Dialogue can be tricky to write and, sometimes, tricky to punctuate. In a previous article, we talked about how to properly format dialogue in your fiction and nonfiction. Here are a few more pointers to demonstrate how to create paragraph breaks when switching from one speaker to another. Learn how to use quotation marks when…Continue Reading






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