On April 5th Word Sowers will meet at the Rockbrook Garden Café—108th and Center Street. The topic for the evening: Dialogue.
Writer’s Digest Books (WDB) has a number of books on how to improve your writing expertise. In April I’ll present my take on, “Dialogue: Techniques and exercises for crafting effective dialogue” by Gloria Kempton. This WDB is filled with writing exercises—they challenge me, especially since my focus in non-fiction.
Over the years I’ve learned to use dialogue in my story telling—to bring life to my memoirs, the lessons I’ve learned about writing and my caregiving journey. What about you?
Write 250 words about a family member, a teacher or possibly a pastor. With dialogue, help us understand the scene—tense or pleasant. Don’t bother to edit, bring your rough draft to Word Sowers next month.
Kat, Still Lionhearted
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