Anchoring, Action, as a Character and More (Writing Active Setting #3) Mary Buckham

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Anchoring, Action, as a Character and More (Writing Active Setting #3)  by  Mary Buckham

Anchoring, Action, as a Character and More (Writing Active Setting #3) by Mary Buckham
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Learn to use Setting to quickly anchor the reader into the world of your story.Use Setting as movement through space effectively.Explore Setting in a series.Learn the most common Setting pitfalls.Readers usually remember the plot and charactersMoreLearn to use Setting to quickly anchor the reader into the world of your story.Use Setting as movement through space effectively.Explore Setting in a series.Learn the most common Setting pitfalls.Readers usually remember the plot and characters of a story, but Setting is every bit as important in creating a memorable world.

Discover the difference between Ordinary Setting that bogs down your story, and Active Setting that empowers your story -- creating a compelling story world, regardless of what you write.Mary Buckham has created a treasure for writers. This is a fabulous craft book for the writer who does not want readers skimming over chunks of their story because the setting bogs it down. And for the writer who wants to draw readers deep into their world. And for the writer who wants to use setting to show emotion or reveal details about their characters. Need I go on? Kudos to Mary on producing a book that shows how top authors write great setting and easy steps for any writer who wants to improve setting in their stories.~~ NYT Bestselling Author, Dianna LoveI am amazed how much can change in one paragraph of my manuscript with the manipulation of Setting.

This book spells out how to do just that in clear, easy to understand, small steps.~~Judy Wirzberger. Womens Fiction Writer



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