DIALOGUE. You either love it (like Hemingway) or you loathe it (like me). Proust likened dialogue to stained glass and the prose around it like the supporting frame. For me, the prose around it is the frame, the wall and the whole GOSHDARN building. It’s not that I find writing dialogue difficult, but I tend […]
I recently watched La La Land (like three times). By the third time I was able to sit through it without bawling like a baby. It had a profound effect on me, which I wasn’t expecting AT ALL. This means you can expect to find more La La Land references in future posts, but, for […]
Ingrid Jonach is the author of books for kids and young adults.
Her young adult sci fi romance novels When The World Was Flat (and we were in love) and In The Beginning There Was Us are available now. She's also the author of picture book A Lot of Things and chapter books The Frank Frankie and Frankie goes to France.
Ingrid lives down under—in Canberra, Australia—with her husband Craig and their pug dog Mooshi. Read More