A thoughtful look at the importance of book settings.
Today, we are celebrating tomorrow’s release of Highland Peril by author Amy Reade. Congratulations, Amy!
Amy hosts a fabulous blog called Reade and Write. Today she’s talking to us about one of my favorite subjects: SETTING.
Setting the Scene
by Amy Reade
Whether I’m on a panel or at a book signing or visiting a book club, one of the questions I’m frequently asked is whether I consider setting to be a character in my books. I get the question so often that I’ve started putting it in the back of each book as one of the discussion topics.
Here’s my short answer (and yes, I’m answering a question with another question): would the book be the same if it were set someplace else? If no, then I would consider the setting a character. If yes, then setting is probably not one of the characters, however important…
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Thank you, Lynn, for the reblog!
My pleasure, Kristina.
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