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Did They Mean to Say That?
Tips for Writing Successful Dialogue
Presented by Elizabeth Spaur
Dialogue is one of the most critical elements of a story. At its best, it develops character, moves the action forward and makes your story shine. At its worst, it slows the pace of your story, confuses the reader or takes them completely out of the story. In this workshop we’ll look at why dialogue is so important to your story, what makes it work and how to fix it when it isn’t doing its job.
When her physics teacher gave her detention for reading a romance novel during class, Elizabeth Spaur knew she was destined to be romance writer. Her journey from physics class to published author has gone from coast to coast and led her through multiple industries, including film and television, banking, and the law. Every step along the way has enriched her life and helped her tell stories that always come with a happily ever after and, usually, a side of snark. Elizabeth writes contemporary, historical and paranormal romance. She lives with the love of her life and two pairs of cats and dogs, all of whom are named after television crime fighters. She enjoys hearing from her readers at firstname.lastname@example.org