WRITING BELIEVABLE DIALOGUE - with Elaine Ouston
Making the dialogue suit your character, add depth to the scene, and show emotion is an important part of making your character believable.
What they say can also give the reader an insight into their personality. We will examine ways to do all that and do practical exercise on writing dialogue.
Date: Saturday May 5th
Time: 10am to 3pm
Where: Gondor Writers’ Centre, 19 Caloundra St, Landsborough.
Cost: $60 Please put the name of your chosen workshop in the form below.
Elaine Ouston holds a Master of Letters in Creative Writing (MLitt) from Central Queensland University, and a Diploma of Graphic Art. She is a published author of a number of books for children.
She presents writing workshops, edits for other writers, and sets up books for self-publishing at Gondor Writers' Centre.
Through Australian Literary Festivals and Book Fairs she organises literary festivals for schools or libraries. Visit the website for more information: www.austlitfest.com.
She is an experienced writing tutor, editor and designer, and has had many recommendations from students for her workshops.
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