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How to Use Setting to Challenge Your Characters (& Make a Better Story)

Here are some ways to infuse your manuscript with meaningful and unexpected details
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 "One of the most rewarding parts of writing rich characters is playing with who they are deep inside and who it is they present to outsiders."

How to Use Setting to
Challenge Your Characters
(& Make a Better Story)
BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Five authors can be given the same basic plot elements and through each author's use of time and place the characters will develop differently and each story will unfold in utterly unique ways. For example-boy meets girl, hot romance ensues, parents intervene, boy and girl separate, they get new jobs, some how boy and girl end up together, happily. Set in New York City, 2015 each element of this "story" will be unrecognizable in the face of the same events plotted out in 1905 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Attention to setting as a means of character development gives the author the chance to write an original story that leaves readers attached to the characters long after the book is finished.

Here are some ways to infuse your manuscript with meaningful and unexpected details that keep the reader turning pages. (Guest post by Kathleen Shoop)  Read more... 


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