How to Write Dialogue with a Psychological Punch
A proven way to improve any manuscript.
Learn how to craft dialogue that carries power!
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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 writes romantic comedy with enough steam to fog your eyeglasses, your brain, and sometimes your Kindle screen. On the other hand, her eighty-year-old mother-in-law has read Lisa’s steamiest book and lived to offer her commentary. Which went something like this: You used words I’ve never heard of…
Lisa’s the author of romantic comedies. Her latest release is a paranormal romantic comedy: (HEXES AND O’S).
She lives in Missouri with her husband and slightly-chunky rescue dog. Lisa loves dark chocolate, red wine, and those rare mornings when her skinny jeans fit. Which isn’t often, considering the first two entries on her love-it list.
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