Writing Dialogue. D. Koepke Creative Writing. Dialogue Introduction. Dialogue should be true to life, but it cannot be exactly true. Real speech is often aimless, halting, or unfinished. Thus, the trick is to write dialogue that seems real, but that is easy for the audience to follow.
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In his usual rush, Orion tumbled through the door. “Mom, I’m home,” he shouted. “Take your shoes off,” she called.
“Did you take your shoes off?” he sassed back.
1. Think about what is going on in this scene.
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