Tuesday, May 10, 2011

SHOW, PLACE AND WIN: Making Setting a Character in Your Novel » SFWritersU | Where Writers Meet and You Learn « Keywords: Writing, Fiction, Character, Setting

New MP3 premium class on San Francisco Writers University - Making Setting a Character in Your Novel:

Authors Cara Black, Bharti Kirchner and Kemble Scott team together to share how they make setting a character in their novels. Have you considered making a place a central character in your book? Kemble Scott describes the possibilities of making your novel successful in unexpected ways because you’ve chosen a setting to help define your work. Bharti Kirchner explains the multiple layers of a setting, the weather, geography, landscape architecture, plants and animals. Every place has a personality that should be sprinkled throughout the book. Cara Black shares her witty and creative methods of gathering information to weave the reality of Paris through her mysteries.

Apply the experiences of these masters to garner ideas for the character of your setting and your unique world.

SHOW, PLACE AND WIN: Making Setting a Character in Your Novel » SFWritersU Where Writers Meet and You Learn « Keywords: Writing, Fiction, Character, Setting

2 comments:

  1. It's great that you're posting this. I wish I could go.
    thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  2. Hi Lydia - Actually - this is an online MP3 class on San Francisco Writers University. It is a premium class, so it is $10 - they bill through Amazon.com.

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