We recommend checking out this article: https://www.thecreativepenn.com/2018/04/13/write-better-settings/
Here’s an excerpt…
All writers have their preferred methods for inspiration, and for me, it’s always been setting. I visit a place and find story there, which is why travel is so bound up in my creative process, and why my books often span the globe.
But other writers have other strengths … and weaknesses. One of the most common issues for new fiction writers is “talking heads in an empty white room,” where character and dialogue are fine but the setting is almost entirely missing. In today’s article, Joseph Bendoski shares some ways to write better settings.
When most writers think about setting they imagine wher…
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