This short story is inspired by a need to revisit a time when it was more than all right to sit in coffee shops without a mask on, and to meet with relatives and friends as though a deadly virus did not lurk in the shadows.
I had fun writing this from a male perspective and also enjoyed the challenge of exploring love, loss, acceptance, and intrigue in just a few words.
This short story is the first one I published (some years ago) and it has very recently acquired a brand new cover. It is also free to read on ‘almost’ all vendors so do take a look at the vendor of your choice. Here’s the new look:
I’m revisiting Dialogue Tags. What are they?
If my book characters say something, how will readers know who spoke?
How will they know who said what when they can’t physically see or hear the characters?
Through dialogue tags, that’s how. Dialogue tags are phrases or sentences that tie or tag a character to a particular dialogue.
Consider this conversation (Example A):
‘What on earth are you doing?’
‘How is it any of your bloody business what I do?’
‘It is my bloody business because this is my bloody house!’
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Check out what Romance author, Sudesna Ghosh, has to say about Valentine’s Day, and also check out her lovely new romance ‘My First Love’ published on the Juggernaut app.