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Old 04-01-2019, 06:40 PM   #1
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Blayne, Karen: Bow Street's Principal Officer - Regency

Short story with back ground on Bow Street 'Runners'

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Thanks for the story Karen!

I was wondering, for the paragraphs of dialogue, is that following some kind of regency fiction convention?

I wasn't used to reading it in big blocks like that as opposed to paragraph-per-speaker and still haven't decided whether the empty paragraphs you put in are meant to be scene breaks, or whether you just wanted a space between paragraphs...
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Thanks for the story Karen!

I was wondering, for the paragraphs of dialogue, is that following some kind of regency fiction convention?

I wasn't used to reading it in big blocks like that as opposed to paragraph-per-speaker and still haven't decided whether the empty paragraphs you put in are meant to be scene breaks, or whether you just wanted a space between paragraphs...
There are different conventions and lots of people who have strong opinions about them. I just write for fun in the manner I wish to.

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I've updated my other thread so it now includes 30 odd regency time period tales and an hundred or so more modern ones.

https://www.mobileread.com/forums/sh...609#post563609

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