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Fiction Writing Tips: Setting & Description

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Description and Setting
Arcs of Artifacts - Victoria Grossack
The Art of Description: Eight Tips to Help You Bring Your Settings to Life - Anne M. Marble
Blueprints: Building a Home for Your Characters - Elizabeth Chayne
Developing Deftness in Description - Victoria Grossack
Flesh out Your Writing with Body Language - Victoria Grossack
Four Ways to Bring Settings to Life - Moira Allen
Houses are People Too: The Structure of a Literary Device - Geoff Hart
Location, Location, Location! - Jim C. Hines
Map Your Settings - Victoria Grossack
The Scene of the Crime: Choosing Your [Mystery] Setting - Stephen Rogers
Setting: The Key to Science Fiction, by Bruce Boston
Setting the Mood - Victoria Grossack
Visualization Exercises for Writers - Holly Lisle
Worldbuilding Considerations for the Children's Writer - Eugie Foster

See also:
General Fiction Tips
Characters, Viewpoint and Naming
Dialogue
Writing Mysteries
Writing Romance
Writing Speculative Fiction: SF, Fantasy & Horror
Writing for Children
Column: Crafting Fabulous Fiction, by Victoria Grossack


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