Writing Fiction: Dialogue and Settings

  • East Cornwall
  • March 23
  • 10:30 - 16:00
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Dialogue is a vital part of the fiction writer’s toolkit. Used skilfully, it can move the plot forward, convey back-story and contribute to characterisation. Unfortunately, if you don’t get it right, it can just slow things down and feel irrelevant.

Similarly with settings, too much description can make readers feel impatient, too little can mean they struggle to engage, but used right it can really bring your story to life.

This workshop is an opportunity to hone your dialogue and scene-setting skills.