Create Characters and Write Dialog

January 22, 2014 Deborah Wilbrink

What a character! Did you hear that? / Did you see that?

Writing depends on characters and their dialog, or conversation. Here are some tips for realizing the people in your stories through action and dialog. Reveal your characters to the reader! Slides also serve as notes to the class Write Your Own Classic, which offers stand-alone writing lessons for novel and memoir through February 18.
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Looking forward to our next live class, and to a blog in between! Subscribe, screen right, for more tips and thoughts about writing and memoir. Comments welcome, and thanks for visiting.

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  1. Dwan

    Wonderful class Deborah. Thank you for conducting such an interesting, learning series on writing. This is my first writing class, but I know it won’t be my last. I am learning so very much. Wish I could take a writer’s retreat for about a week or longer and put all these good resources to use! 🙂 Looking forward to next week.

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