I’m an award-winning script and screenwriter with over ten years experience in live theatre and film. All of my stuff on WP is prose, but I have a knack for authentic-sounding dialogue. I have an improv background and have been brought in to do punch-up and doctoring work on many projects, including an Dora Award-winning play. (The Dora’s are like Canada’s Tony’s.)
If you’re looking to improve your characters’ communication, if you know you should be “showing but not telling”, if you want the people who are so real in your head to sound real on the page, I can help!
Not looking for anything in return, just trying to get my name out there.
If you want help on a specific passage, feel free to paste it in a reply. If you want help with a chapter in a story, shoot me a link. If you want general advice, feel free to ask!
Give me as much context as possible. I at least need to know who these characters are and what they want from each other.
Looking forward to reading some dialogue!
EDIT A few people have asked for links to my work which, yeah, fair enough!
The Cat, The Message, and The Date all have some good dialogue scenes
The very end of Part 1 has a quick dialogue
On the Shores of a Methane Sea
“Foreman” has an interrogation scene that illustrates how to incorporate character thought and manipulation into a conversation
(This is the first one of these I’ve done so please let me know if this doesn’t fit the rules or if there’s anything I can fix for next time.)