PREVIEW OF OUR DECEMBER 1ST GUEST BLOGGER, ERIC D. GOODMAN
11/29/14 — OUR DECEMBER 1ST GUEST BLOGGER IS ERIC D. GOODMAN
Writers and readers know that good dialogue is crucial to a novel’s success. It helps define characters, moves the plot along, and adds credibility to the story and setting. Bad dialogue, on the other hand, will stop a reader in his or her tracks. Guest blogger Eric D. Goodman will examine some of the secrets of good dialogue in this space on December 1. When he’s not blogging for Late Last Night Books, Eric writes about trains, wombs, and animals gone wild. He’s the author of Tracks: A Novel in Stories and Flightless Goose, a storybook for children.
Mark Willen’s novels, Hawke’s Point, Hawke’s Return, and Hawke’s Discovery, were released by Pen-L Publishing. His short stories have appeared in Corner Club Press, The Rusty Nail. and The Boiler Review. Mark is currently working on his second novel, a thriller set in a fictional town in central Maryland. Mark also writes a blog on practical, everyday ethics, Talking Ethics.com.
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