Writing a dialogue I realized I needed help with punctuation; what are the British rules? HELP!
Here is how I write my dialogue:
- "This is what the character is saying", said the character.
Am I doing something wrong
What am I doing wrong?
How should I do?
Are there free resources available online for British punctuation rules? Where do I look without wasting time?
I really need your help as I want to write the right way and therefore improve. THANK YOU ^_^
Get the book, "Eats, Shoots and Leaves." by Lynne Truss. Written for British rules, and written very entertainingly. Great book and will answer all your questions. Can't recommend it enough.
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