On-Site In Your Story Settings – by Zara Altair…

Get Your Reader There 

Bringing each scene-setting to life depends on details. It isn’t enough to say the street or the kitchen. Get your reader feel the setting. Use details to bring the setting to life.

After you’ve done your location scouting, you know where your characters are. Giving that location details, will take it from your head to the reader’s understanding.

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