On Dialogue and Memoir

September 15, 2014 § 1 Comment


2014-09-15_1027The always brilliant Lee Martin discusses “The Thing Said: Ten Thoughts on Writing Dialogue in Memoir” on his blog this week.  There is not much we can add, except “Thank you, Lee.”  Here is his first thought, followed by a link to the entire blog entry:

1.  Accept the fact that you’ll never remember exactly what someone said. Trust me. You may think you will, but you won’t. The thing said is lost to time; all that remains is the shape you give it as you do your best to call it back.

Read the entire entry, “Ten Thoughts on Writing Dialogue in Memoir”

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