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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Writing Structures: Engaging Questions and Interrogations

Words from the CLab: Asking questions is part of human nature and through this, we discover and get to know a person with dialogue. However, it can be somewhat taxing to display inquisitive human traits in fiction writing. The type of questions we ask or answer can also show what type of person each fictional character is. Whether your character is interrogating a suspect or charming a victim, the power of questioning is can be used as a force for good and for evil. It's all about the power of conversation.


Read more at Questioning and Interrogation.

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