Writing Great Dialogue: Listening to the Voices in Your Head
A 2-Hour Workshop with Melody Groves
Saturday: February 6, 2016
Location: New Life Presbyterian Church (after the regular Saturday meeting)
$29 Members, $34 Osher, $39 Non-members
Ever wonder how writers get their characters to sound like they’re really talking? What are the tricks to make each character sound different? Both fiction and non-fiction writers can bring their characters to life with sizzling dialogue. Writing good dialogue is listening to the voices in your head. In this two-hour workshop, we’ll discuss the purposes of dialogue, its ever-confusing punctuation, the “rules”, when to use tags along with various tips (such as: “pass the potatoes” is not a Thanksgiving request).