In the last few chapters of Monster Blood Tattoo, there was a diologue going on between Rossamund (orphan) and Withscrawl (perma-pissed accountant). Rossamund walks up to Witherscrawl and hands him a piece of paper for transportation verification. Witherscrawl looks up and says the following (Direct quote): ' "Not me, boy! Over there," the man spat out. ' While reading the actual diologue, I imagined it as a more friendly exclamation, and then came to find out that it was anything but. My question is if it is considered a good technique to put the diologue description (if any) before the diologue, or if it doesn't matter at all.