Learning From The Masters: Setting the Scene

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Another example of a good descriptive paragraph, this time from this awesome book which was one of the ones I couldn’t put down last year (though I gave the entire series mixed reviews…)

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Learning From The Masters: Setting the Scene

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Time for another example of how the brilliant authors who came before me introduced readers to a setting without making it boring…

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Learning From The Masters: Setting the Scene

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On Monday I discussed the struggles of toeing the line between too much description and not enough. And on Twitter I’ve been tweeting about my frustrations in trying to accurately describe the massive castle my story takes place in without bogging my writing down with too much detail. So today I decided to see how other people have done it…

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Writing Tip: Setting The Scene

 

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I’m at the point in my first draft where my heroine has moved from her small town into the grand castle, and I’m faced with the age-old writer problem we like to call “setting the scene.”

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