June Class Writing 301: Using Dialogue to Enliven Your Writing and Engage Your Readers
In both non-fiction and fiction, conversation counts. It’s the story embedded in all forms of writing that engages readers and keeps them turning the page. Well-written dialogue brings the people in your writing to life and takes your writing to a new level of impact.
“What,” you say? “I write nonfiction – serious books and informative articles. I don’t do dialogue.”
“Then you’re missing a key writing component.” I’m compelled to reply. “Or maybe that’s why no one says I couldn’t put your book down and you’re not receiving raves about your writing style.”
Roger Wolkoff, founder of All About Authenticity, said Are you looking to release your inner writer? That’s what Chris Clarke-Epstein did for me! This course opened up the floodgates of ideas and helped me be a more disciplined writer. I write nearly every day. Chris’s techniques and easy to follow advice gave me the nudge I needed to write. Just write. I highly recommend you take this course if writing, improving your writing, or doing more writing is your goal.
Join Chris Clarke-Epstein for this unique, interactive webinar and experience a new way to think about the role dialogue can play in your writing.
Because of the unique, interactive format of these webinars, class size is limited to 12.
Writing 301 will be a 90 minute session (12:00 to 1:30 pm CT; 1:00 to 2:30 pm ET; 10:00 to 11:30 PT) on June 28th. Please check your calendar. Although the session will be recorded and you’ll have access to the recording; you’ll get the greatest value from the course by attending live, participating in the well designed activities, and interacting with your colleagues.
By the end of the webinar, you will…
So, what’s my investment, you’re asking? $ 89.99 will assure you a seat in the session, 7 days of email writing prompts, handouts to help you develop your dialogue skills. You will be responsible for prework before the session and will receive feedback from your peers. What a deal!
Sign up now. Chris’s writing projects sell out quickly. Don’t miss this opportunity!