Do you struggle with dialogue? It’s a common plight for fiction writers, but it’s also essential to overcome that hurdle: As George V. Higgins once said, “A man or woman who does not write good dialogue is not a first-rate writer.”
John Hough, Jr.’s guide attempts to help writers master this must-have skill. We’re giving away a copy of his book to one lucky reader. Enter by 11:59 p.m. EST on Thursday, May 25th for your chance to win.