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A book's pages contain a universe created by the author from their most vivid fantasies, one that may captivate readers on a visceral level. Yet the reader's interest will only persist if the writer does a good job of describing this vivid world and its residents. By providing readers with a distinctive sensory experience, the location accomplishes this. In addition to serving as stage decor, the location may create an atmosphere, communicate ideas via symbolism, advance the story by posing problems that push the protagonist to struggle for what he wants, and pique the hero's emotions to disclose his deepest emotions, fears, and ambitions.
Know how to write settings for more than 100 environments including: school, work, amusement parks, movies and much more. New - softcover - 242 pages