4 Responses to “How to Write Dialogue When No One Is Listening”

  1. lynettedavis January 20, 2015 at 8:02 p01 #

    Reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

  2. J.J. C. January 18, 2016 at 8:02 p01 #

    this women is no writer she is a thief who steals white western Latin Spaniard American student creative writer’s stories, flips minors dialogue tags around and takes the story for her own without giving credit. She has now no credibility nor knowledge of 16th century Spanish reconquista period nobility. Why dont you tell them how you stole from idea from my true stage play to be converted screenplay from the eyes of Hidalgo Cabeza de Vaca “Memoirs of a New World Conquest”

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