Setting as Character

Monday, May 20, 2013


Coastal Town of Ocho Rios
Today’s post is gonna be teeny-tiny, since I’m over at Denise Covey’s blog talking about using locale as a character. I hope to see you there.

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Have a fun week and I will be posting on Wednesday about stuff I promised. Promise.

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22 comments:

  1. Nominated you for two awards on my blog today. Locale is very important to the story and can add a whole other dimension when used wisely. Thanks for the giveaways.

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  2. Thanks for dropping in, Sheena.

    Mike, thanks!

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  3. Just popped over to read your other post. It was great.

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  4. Because I write fantasy, setting is a huge part of my writing. It's so fun to make a place come alive!

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  5. Oh, I'll pop over :) I've always known setting is an important character in a novel.

    .......dhole

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  6. So true, Emily. It makes for a fabulous experience for our readers when our settings come alive.

    Thanks, Donna. You're a wise one, so of course, you know that. :)

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  7. Setting as character? I'm intrigued.
    I'm off to Denise's blog now--------

    Writer In Transit

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  8. I just tweeted and Google +. Heading over for the guest post.

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  9. Very good post, JL. May have to bookmark this :)

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  10. I'm still trying to catch up with comments from Alex's blog. I just tweeted your whole post here. Now I'm headed to Denise's.

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  11. I checked it out earlier today, it was a great post! Setting is so important to a story.

    Jai

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  12. Thanks so much guys. Carol, thanks. I can only imagine how busy you are. I saw the tons of comments.

    Jai, thanks!

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  13. ooh hopping over to Denise's blog to check your post out.
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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