Dialogue

Dialogue...it's far more than just words the characters say. Your dialogue defines the characters, conveys information, moves the plot forward and brings depth to both plot and characters. In essence, your dialogue will either make or break your story. When you write your dialogue, you need to ask yourself, "Is this something they would say?" …

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Let’s take the “Rough” out of Rough Draft

I think the best place to begin is with the old expression, "Rough drafts don't have to be perfect...they just have to be written." To me, that pretty much says it all. Just write it. Editing comes later. Grammar, spelling and structure can all be fixed. In fact, that's what editing if for. The first …

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Radio of Horror Show

Tonight I'll be on the Radio of Horror Show, for an interview about my books! Tune in and check it out. You can learn all about it on their page. http://radioofhorror.wordpress.com/ If you're on Pinterest, check out some of the amazing guests they've had on the show. Heck, I feel tremendously honored to be one …

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