Hey there,

Autumn is upon us here in the U.S. I'm excited to return to blogging and new writing projects after a break during the summer months.

When I felt the chill in the air, I was reminded of F. Scott Fitzgerald's wonderful line from The Great Gatsby, "Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall."

I love that quote so much that I went to see what part of the book it comes from. It's actually a line of dialogue, and I discovered three fantastic tips for writing masterful dialogue that I share in this new post:

3 Tips From F. Scott Fitzgerald for Writing Masterful Dialogue

(You can also read the article on my blog if you don't have a Medium account.)

These three techniques are simple and straightforward. You can start using them right away to take the dialogue in your stories to the next level.

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More Creative Inspiration & Writing Tips

"Leon Battista Alberti, the 15th century architectural theorist, said, 'Errors accumulate in the sketch and compound in the model.' But better an imperfect dome in Florence than cathedrals in the clouds."

- Twyla Tharp

Have a fantastic week! God bless.


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