Episode 69 - Seasoning the story: how to seed information about character and setting into your work

June 16, 2016 00:17:36
Episode 69 - Seasoning the story: how to seed information about character and setting into your work
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 69 - Seasoning the story: how to seed information about character and setting into your work

Jun 16 2016 | 00:17:36

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Show Notes

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So you've identified the key information about your settings and characters, and now you have to seed it into your work. If you do it right, you can carry your readers into a rich and immersive world with characters they will want to care about; if you do it wrong you may lose your readers altogether. The stakes are that high, and in this episode we explore the techniques and strategies for avoiding the mistakes and making the best of the information you need to give your readers.

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