USING DIALOGUE TO CRANK UP TENSION
“Straight-forward dialogue can be a bit…eh…how should I say…. Well, I’d rather keep my opinion to myself.”
Here’s an example of a character backing off from a comment where the meaning is implied. These kinds of lines gave a novel a lot of body and create tension when tension is hard to find, especially if you have a man and a woman drinking wine at a romantic dinner date in the woman’s apartment. Continue reading →
HOW TO ADVERTISE WISELY
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Over the past month, I have delved into the dark world of marketing for my first book, EXTRACTED.
This post will help you find what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to broadcasting your book.
Keep in mind that this is based on one month, and it has been from my own experience. Some people may disagree, and that is fine, but I am simply presenting some ideas of which I would steer clear. Continue reading →