What do story settings and poetry have in common? When they’re done right, the reader becomes immersed and the story and poetry come to life. My friend and wonderful author, D.L. Finn, has some great advice on how to draw readers in.
Hi SEers! Denise here to talk about story settings and poetry.
Have you ever read a book and come to a passage where the description is so beautiful you had to stop and reflect on it? I have many times. These are words so skillfully written that I can see the sun setting or the grime on the dirty city streets through the character’s eyes. It has brought me into that moment.
A poem can also create a beautiful setting through creative images and carefully chosen words.
In fact, when I see a wonderful setting in a story, I think how poetic.
I’ve found that writing poetry, and the settings in my stories have a lot in common. Both are trying to see a place in someone else’s eyes. They use vivid imagery, emotions, and creative words to capture the reader’s imagination.
A setting in a book is trying to…
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Thank you, Patty, for reblogging!
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Thanks for visiting, Jan! Denise has some great advice here.