Now let me ask you something.
Have you ever picked up a supposedly good novel only to be utterly disappointed?
I'm sure you have. We all have.
But when you think about it, where exactly did it go wrong? Where was the disconnect that didn't hold your attention?
If it's a novel, I'm sure that it had something to do with the characters right? And if I go deeper, I'm sure it was because the characters lacked depth and the interaction with one another was severely lacking right?
Yeah, I know how that is.
But if you find yourself with the same problem in your novels where your creations just don't seem to cut it then I want to let you know how you can fix it.
It's one thing and if you can get this one thing right then your books can go from just being 'ok' to being 'totally awesome'. You'll get tot he point where people talk about your books and recommend them to all their friends.
Ok, so what is this one thing?
But not just any dialogue. I'm talking the kind of dialogue that's dripping with desire and overloaded with drama.
The kind that makes you love one character and hate the other.
The kind that makes you fall in love and secretly hope that the person you read about would walk through that door and run off into the night with you.
I'm talking about Killer Dialogue.
And it's one of the main reasons I've been able to build a mid 5 figure a month publishing empire through Amazon Kindle.
May I show you how to do the same?