Adding dialogue is a powerful storytelling tool. A few lines can help the audience visualize a scene and make it more vivid. Observational comedians make this a routine to advance a topic. An internal monologue┬áis a form of dialogue that shares insight into a main character’s thoughts and feelings. It’s described in detail here, but you may wonder how to use internal monologue in your stories. Here are some examples.

How To Use Internal Monologue: Insight


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