Bring Setting and Description Alive In Your Fiction and Capture Readers’ Imagination

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It’s a strange thing, but I find writers of contemporary novels struggle the most with setting and description. It’s as if because they’re writing about the world around us today, they think the reader will know what they’re talking about. Despite Google Earth and all those films and TV shows, nothing could be further from the truth. Here’s how to…

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Writer, teacher, editor, book lover — www.sherrylclarkwritingcoach.com is where I offer editing and manuscript development services.

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