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Setting #3 – Results

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On Tuesday, I wanted you to actually go somewhere different and write about that real-life setting.

I was intentionally vague about where you could go – a park, doctor’s office, beach, rooftop – as long as it’s a place you don’t go very often (or better yet, a new place not too far from home). 419 more words

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Setting #3 - Let's go somewhere different

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I’m being quite literal with the title of this post – let’s actually go somewhere freaking different this week! 417 more words

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Setting #2 – Results

Time to see some characters’ bedrooms!

On Tuesday we talked about your character’s bedroom. I’m going to give my own example, and I encourage you to check how much I let the reader know about my character, William Flynn. 653 more words

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Setting #2 - A Character's Bedroom

Time for the second exercise on Settings!

These writing exercises are intended to help beginners who are stuck, but I try to make them useful for writers of all levels. 626 more words

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Writing Exercises – Setting #1 Results

On Tuesday this week, I asked:

Where did your main character grow up?

I’ll go through some of those questions for William Flynn (the character I have planned for the events of my coming Far Flung novel). 869 more words

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Writing Exercises for April - Setting

Time to start the next series of writing exercises! Let’s focus on settings.

These writing exercises are intended to help beginners who are stuck, but I try to make them useful for writers of all levels. 477 more words

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Exercise 4 Results - Raising the Stakes

On Tuesday, I asked you to raise the stakes for your characters.

Now I want you to go back and assess how well you raised the stakes. 836 more words

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