Hi all, Whenever I've written a story, be that a short story or a novel, I've always found myself to be heavily grounded in dialogue. I love dialogue. Most writing articles focus on writing good dialogue because people already write good narrative, but for me it's the other way around. I know this because even lecturers, publishers, and fellow Creative Writing students have stated this about my writing. Nobody has said my narrative is bad, per se, but I sure don't use as much as other authors. What I'm wondering is this: is having a lot of dialogue okay in a story? I haven't had much experience with film scripts (wrote my first 'proper' one yesterday, in university), but I would like to give them a shot. The thing is, I have no idea how to go about it - I'm still not sure exactly how to write a script for television, film, or radio (in UK format, if there's a difference), and would I still need an agent, or is it different for that corner of the media? Is submitting to television, film, and radio the same as submitting to publishers? Bottom line is this: are there any authors which use a lot of dialogue in their books, and do readers accept it? And even if they do, should I also have a decent shot at writing scripts, in case that would be more suited for my work? I find that dialogue truly moves a story along. Thanks.