5 days of tips to developing character with dialogue: or dialogue to the nth power

Utopian flying machines, France, 1890-1900 (ch...You all are in for a treat this week.

And I mean it.

I’ve loaded up a full 5 days of authors talking about dialogue and character. If you are a writer struggling with dialogue (and who doesn’t) you’ll get the skinny on what drives the dialogue from a thriller writer, fantasy, steampunk perspective.

If you’re a reader, you get to see the behind-the-scenes process that streaks through an author’s psyche as they work to deliver realistic characters you can love.

You know I don’t like to flood in boxes with blog posts…but I think it’s an exciting series with something for everyone to mull over. Please make a note to visit and if you like, please do share. These authors are all worth following.


  •  Feb 20 is bestselling thriller author: Mel Comley discusses dialogue
  • Feb 21 is the incomparable Walter Shuler : a gent whose world creation is just delicious.
  • Feb 22 we have Vivienne Tuffnell who writes from a more literary place about characterization and periphery characters
  • Feb 23 Gordon Bonnet will discuss dialogue from a speculative fiction writer viewpoint. (I love his blog)
  • Feb 24 is steampunk author AJ Barnett who offers up a whole heap of info on dialogue.

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Thea is the author of several novels that she considers left of mainstream. You can find her on BN, Kobo, Sony, Apple

Anomaly by Thea Atkinson

Thea Atkinson is a writer of character driven fiction.

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4 comments on “5 days of tips to developing character with dialogue: or dialogue to the nth power
  1. I look forward to this as well. I struggle with dialogue AND creating deep, meaningful characters. It will be nice to get some tips! 🙂

  2. fuonlyknew says:

    This sounds interesting and fun. Appreciate you taking the time to do this!

  3. Roxie says:

    Looking forward to this! Great line-up, thanks for all the work it’s taking to bring this! 🙂

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