I have noticed something in my writing that I'm not sure is common or the best. So I thought I'd ask.
There are times when I write a dialogue sentence, an action, a dialogue sentence, another action, and another dialogue sentence.
"Really? You think so?" Lisa spun, holding her skirt. "I hoped it looked okay." She looked at the ground and blushed. "I bought it just for tonight."
That is how I have been writing some of my paragraphs. In the books I have read it seems it is most common to have the action in the middle of the paragraph and any dialogue in the start and/or end of the paragraph.
Would paragraphs switching back and forth from dialogue and action be confusing to the reader? Or is it okay to use as long as I try to make sure my sentence-types sound different? Perhaps a third option is I am worrying for nothing...?
Thanks for any help!