Preparing to Write Settings That Feel Like Characters

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This reference guide is a tool to help you organize your thoughts and ideas to obtain the goal of making a setting that feels like a character. More

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About J Lenni Dorner

J is best know for the Existence series. Book one is titled Fractions of Existence.
While embracing the ancient tribal traditions, J Lenni Dorner learned a legend originated by The Grandfathers.
In May 2016, J became a member of the Operation Awesome Team, running the Debut Author Spotlight on Wednesdays. Blogging from A to Z #AtoZchallenge co-host as of 2017.
J weaves fantasy with lore to unhinge your mind.
This speculative fiction and reference author is happily married and living in Pennsylvania (USA) on the original lands of the Lenni-Lenape people. When not reading or writing, J enjoys video games, funny cat videos, finding drawings of dragons on Pinterest, and watching movies.

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Review by: Michelle Wallace on March 4, 2016 :
It takes great writing skill to make a setting/place feel real and dynamic, so that it "comes alive" for the reader.
This book provides tons of information on how to incorporate the setting into the story, so that it becomes an integral part of the characters' experience.
This is a reference guide that any writer can turn to again and again, for various writing projects, and as the need arises.
A handy resource!
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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