Writing Tips: How (And Why) To Treat Your Setting Like A Character – by Kyle A. Massa…

on The Creative Penn:

Writers know it’s important to create complex, vivid characters that keep readers engaged. In this post, Kyle A. Massa from ProWritingAid shares how to make your novels’ settings equally compelling.

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Character. Plot. Setting. Of those three, which do you enjoy writing the most?

For myself (and many writers I know), character or plot usually take the top spot. Setting usually doesn’t. Humans connect with other humans, after all, so it’s often easier to invest oneself in characters and their conflicts. A place, though still important, is a bit more difficult to connect with.

If you’re one of those writers who struggle with setting (I know I am), I’d like to share with you an approach that might help.

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