I'm excited and sad today. I'm doing that last few days of this challenge and although it has been a lot of pressure on myself I have enjoyed every second and I'll be a little lost when these last eight are completed.
Write a short dialogue-heavy scene.
Authors must write very dialogue-heavy scenes from time to time. These scenes can be hard for readers to follow if you don't treat them with the utmost care. Practice writing heavy dialogue well by adding in descriptions of physical reactions, breaking up lines of speech with movement, and including important thoughts and exposition.
"We are a team, but what you've done is all about you. Did you even think to ask before you made the decision?" she waved her arms in the air as she turned away from him.
"I'm sorry," Brad pleaded with her, he wouldn't go without her but he couldn't stay here either. "It'll be good for us I promise."
"How is it going to be good for us?" she demanded, "Tell me that and I will think about it."
"It gives us a chance, an adventure, you always wanted to travel I thought we could take the long way," her eyes narrowed at him, he wasn't explaining this very well. God he wished he had the ability to get his feelings across in the right way. "I love you Imogen, I want to marry you and this move, job and life change will give us that." Well he has said his peace now, it was completely her decision.
Good? Bad? You tell me. I feel my head might explode. It's been a bad day but I'm sure I can get better. I might update this in the future.