Christina Kaye is the award-winning author of dark, twisty novels. Currently, she works as a literary agent intern at Union Literary. She was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. Some of her favorite things include: sweet tea, dragonflies, books, puppies, and thunderstorms. Christina lives in Nicholasville, Kentucky with her two teenage daughters, an extremely intelligent Aussie, and a very fat cat.
To learn more about Christina and her books, please visit her website at www.xtinakayebooks.com
This class is included in the Fiction Package, which also includes We Need a Hero: The Fine Art of Writing Main Characters and The Heart of Plot: An Exploration of What Moves Us. To register for the package, click here.
With Christina Kaye.
We will talk about the proper way to structure dialogue in fiction books. Yes, there is a right way and a wrong way. We will discuss examples of adjective and adverb usage, dialogue tags, structure, and punctuation.
Register now for Dialogue in Fiction.