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 Mastering Description & Setting

Many writers struggle with finding a happy medium for descriptive details. Either they have too much detail and lose the reader's attention or not enough and leave readers confused. In this value pack, you'll find instruction from literary agents, hands-on exercises from authors and examples from bestsellers on properly developing the description and setting of your novel. You'll learn the keys to strong plot development, world building and writing characters readers relate to.

It can be difficult to discern which details of your novel are working and which aren't. You may be getting rejected but are unsure exactly what the problem is. This kit walks writers through the process of writing their setting, point of view, plot, and characters in an engaging way that excites agents and keeps readers entertained from start to finish.

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Write Great Fiction: Description & Setting
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Make your stories come alive on the page. In this reference book, you'll find instruction on mastering the aspects of description and setting in your writing with hands-on exercises that allow you to incorporate lessons into your own work.

Word Painting Revised Edition
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Writing nonfiction is an art much like painting. The words you choose to describe your nonfiction story have to illustrate the vision you have in your mind and capture the attention of readers. Learn how to develop their senses and powers of observation to uncover the rich, evocative words that accurately portray the mind's images--and apply these descriptions to characters, settings, point of view, and more.

The Three Essential Building Blocks of Your Novel: Who, What, and Where
ONDEMAND WEBINAR

In this OnDemand Webinar, literary agent Roseanne Wells explores the crucial areas of character, plot and settling to show how they fit together and how you can ensure yours are working for your story. If your work is getting rejected, you may be using plot, characters and settings that just aren't working for your novel.

World Building: The Art of Including Era and Place in Your Writing, Part 1
ONDEMAND WEBINAR

An overdose of detail stops a reader, just as a deficiency causes reader confusion. But proper use of World Building keeps the reader in the moment of the story and compelled to keep reading, regardless of genre. Learn how to think of world building as a strategy to tell a descriptive story.

World Building: The Art of Including Era and Place in Your Writing, Part 2
ONDEMAND WEBINAR

Readers appreciate knowing where they are in a story. That's where world building comes in. In this online tutorial, learn how to properly convey era and place in your writing to keep the reader intrigued from beginning to end.

Description and Setting
WRITERS DIGEST UNIVERSITY COURSE

Writing a novel can be overwhelming-especially if you are new to writing. Build your writing skills and challenge your creativity with this online writing workshop. You'll learn the elements on how to write setting and description from Ron Rozelle's Write Great Fiction: Description & Setting.

There is no instructor for this workshop. You will not receive feedback on assignments. You may review the lessons and exercises on your own schedule.

Are you including too much detail? Not enough? Find out now!
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