It Ain’t Just Talk: 3 Crucial Elements of Great Dialog

Kristen Lamb proves she has a track record as a prognosticator of future trends, then she predicts J.E. Fishman (A.K.A. Dana Wolff), author of The Prisoner of Hell Gate, “will be the next legendary author of our time.” THEN she has J.E. himself share his insight on writing great dialog. If you’re a writer, you should take a look.

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She’s baaaaack. Well, sort of. Today I have an extra special treat. This is going to sound super conceited but whatever, it is MY blog 😛 . But first lemme caveat with this.

I feel I DO have a knack for predicting the next big thing. Case in point, in 1993 I was at an air show and there was an unknown all-female band I chatted with because no one was really over there. I loved their unique sound and gushed over how one member employed the banjo (an instrument forgotten at that time).

I told them I was sure they were going to be the next biggest thing in country music, and even bought some of the cheap merchandise they sold to support their music and prove I meant what I said.

That little band was The Dixie Chicks.

I’ve done this time and time again with authors and…

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