3 thoughts on “Setting is Crucial to Your Story…by L.A. Murphy on A Writer’s Path.

  1. Setting is something I feel very, very strongly about. I really want my readers to be able to see what my characters see, hear what they hear, smell the air or, in my case, maybe the swamp. I think of setting as another character in the book. So this is a great article, and I thank you so much for sharing it! I can’t wait to look around that blog more, too! Have a super week, Linda!

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    • You’re welcome, Marcia! I enjoy sharing inspirational or educational posts about writing. Like you, I think of background as an entity. No fictional world can be complete without a sense of time and place.

      I’m sure we’ll be in touch during the week. Hope that yours is super, too!

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