I used to think I was bad at dialogue, and maybe I am. Ultimately, you’re judged on your work by the people that read it. Hopefully, you are people who have read my work and if you haven’t, maybe you will.
In either case, I’m going to give you my approach to doing dialogue in prose, because I like to think I’m special and have worked out something very important. And it’s my blog so ner ner nerner ner.
I’m of a mind to do some short form stuff, and seeing as I haven’t updated this site for a while because I’m a trash bag carefully sculpted to look like a human, I should probably combine the two.
So, I’m going to give you my pitch on a Fantastic Four film, because nothing I pitch you can be worse than what they’ve actually made.
Well, it *has* been a while since I was last here, hasn’t it? Well, I have a good reason for that, and here it is:
I wrote a sci-fi novel about people who live in giant cities that travel across a frozen planet. It’s also on sale right now, on Amazon, in delicious kindle form right this very second and now also in lovely dead-tree form!
Here are some links for you, if you’re interested.