I tend to set up dialogue with an independent paragraph that precedes it, but I see sometimes writers who don't, attaching the first line of dialogue to the paragraph that sets it up. What do you usually do? I have an example from my narrative: When they got back home, they continued working on the 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle. She chose that moment to bring up something that was burning inside her. “Remember that my parents are coming for Christmas?” she said. “Well, now that work is forcing us to take time off, I was thinking that we could use that time and go to Ireland. I would like to show you my country.” “But don’t your parents already have tickets?” he asked. “Yes, and now they just found out that they can’t be returned... ... Would you write the "Remember that my...?" line in a new paragraph? Is it a matter of style? Thank you.