Can we Talk? with Lisa Wells Dialogue the Write Way

Can We Talk? Dialogue the Write Way

How to Write Dialogue with a Psychological Punch

A proven way to improve any manuscript. 

Learn how to craft dialogue that carries power!

What You’ll Learn

  • Dialogue Challenge
    • Check your manuscript to see if your dialogue has the 11 essential ingredients of great dialogue.
  • Dialogue Flaw Search
    • Weed out the 13 most common dialogue flaws.
  • Dialogue Manipulation
    • Execute 25 techniques to craft dialogue that will emotionally impact (manipulate) the reader.

Still not sure if this class is for you?

Here are 4 more reasons:

  1. If you want to learn how to turn predictable dialogue into fresh and exciting dialogue, this class is for you.
  2. If you want to learn how to create a distinct voice for each of your characters, this class is for you.
  3. If you want to learn how to slip in information to the reader without losing their interest, this class is for you.
  4. If you want to learn the art of subtext, this class is for you.

In other words – this class is for you.

From a student: I’ve been taking writing courses and reading writing books and doing an MFA—over a few decades. [Must have started when I was 2.] The material you provide is some of the best I’ve ever seen. Your exercises are practical and helpful—and doable in a normal person’s life. [I know some normal people.] The only thing that would make it better is if the students could interact with each, and that’s not something you can control. I will be recommending your class to my clients. Teresa Crumpton


Lisa Wells

Lisa Wells is a 22-year veteran educator. For the past 16 years, she’s enjoyed a rollercoaster journey called: The School Counselor – Dramas, Dreams, and Destinies. Add the theme song to Jaws, and you have the feel for this fun ride.

Author of DIBS, a sexy romance, nominated as Debut Book That Rocks and Best Book of The Year, Lisa believes writers should never quit studying their craft.  When she decided to write a series and couldn’t find affordable material that taught the nuances of writing series vs. stand alone books, she designed her own how-to-class. Self-appointed number one fan of Margie Lawson, she loves being on the faculty for Lawson Writer’s Academy.

Twitter @lisawells1



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