What makes dialogue believable? Strong dialogue often makes the difference between stories that catch an agent or editor’s eye and those that don’t. You want your dialogue to be among the best, which means you need it to be believable. Join us on Wednesday and we discuss 5 TIPS ON WRITING DIALOGUE While you are…… Continue reading He Said, She Said
Tim Jackson put it in a nutshell when he wrote, “So let me, first off, provide my wholly unscientific theory of being funny: Some people are funny. Some people are not. Pretty simple, really.”
Blog or Website July is Website/Blog Building Month Let’s start off with a Topic Chat about the difference between a blog and a website. What is the Difference Between a Blog and a Website? The difference, it turns out, may be only in our minds. To begin our July Theme we will look at Blog/Website…… Continue reading Blog or Website
“Dude, like no way. That’s not the way I remember it – at all. You can’t be saying that.” May is Memoir Month at The Writers Chat Room. Come visit on Sunday as we talk about memory. Should you share with family and friends, especially during your first draft? When does a memory become more…… Continue reading That’s Not How I Remember It!
Wednesday and Sunday we will talk about what defines a memoir. How does it differ from a personal essay or an autobiography? When does a Memoir slip into the area of becoming a Therapy Journal? What is a Fictionalized Memoir? Is a Fictionalized Memoir the thing we write while waiting for our ‘characters’ to pass…… Continue reading Join us throughout the month of May as we focus on Memoir Writing