Next weekend, John Harman will be facilitating a workshop based around writing dramatic dialogue.
The dialogue in any piece of writing, is extremely important and must always serve a purpose. It needs to achieve things such as relaying information, advancing the plot, show characterisation and show the relationship between characters as well as many more aspects. Much of a narrative is propelled by dialogue and good dialogue shows and expresses rather than tells. It makes the story fly. If you struggle with doing this in your pieces of writing then John Harman will be able to help.
John Harman has worked in advertising and journalism in the UK and America. He was also a co-owner of a small film production company, where he wrote documentaries and film-scripts. He is now a full-time writer of crime thrillers including Called to Account, Dangerous Assets, Money for Nothing and The Bottom Line which have been published in the UK.
If this workshop is something you think you’re interested in, you can register using our online registration form.