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 was a Penn State Honors and Scholars student majoring in English and Communication. The author has been published (under pseudonyms) in several anthologies, a small press magazine, and three newspapers. The Creative Writing Institute held a writing contest that resulted in J Lenni Dorner being published in "WRONG!: A themed anthology 2014" (Southern Star Publications, December 2014). Signum University’s Mythgard Institute held a creative writing contest in the autumn of 2015 called “Almost an Inkling.” J Lenni Dorner was the Popular Vote Winner in week 6. Published story appears in The Soul of Wit.
Operation Awesome team member -- Debut Author Spotlight interviewer. Blogging from A to Z #AtoZchallenge co-host as of 2017.
When not reading or writing, J enjoys video games (such as The Sims and Sid Meier's Civilization), finding drawings of dragons on Pinterest, and watching movies.


Review by: Michelle Wallace on March 04, 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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