Episode 62 - In at the deep end. How to immerse readers in your story

April 16, 2016 00:15:41
Episode 62 - In at the deep end. How to immerse readers in your story
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 62 - In at the deep end. How to immerse readers in your story

Apr 16 2016 | 00:15:41

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Show Notes

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In the previous episode we explored the two essential qualities of setting through describing the need for setting to be credible and immersive. In this episode we focus on one of those qualities, the immersive setting, and we explore how to make the setting an immersive and compelling place for readers by taking the time to research and plan the backstory, creating a mood and style for the setting, and by presenting the setting with sparse, specific, and sensory language.

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