"Add your story to a setting that delivers vicarious experience." A backdrop that helps transport the reader into the scene is what separates an ordinary story from a great one. It's what I'm trying to do and hope I'm accomplishing.And wow! Friday Round-up #200??? That's amazing!! Congratulations on the milestone.
Hi Carol -Thanks! My fears about running out of blogging fodder have not materialized. Blessings,Susan :)
Susan, I subscribe to Larry's Storyfix and find it to be a wealth of helpful information for crafting stories. I hope more writers will check him out.
Hi Dena -Yes, I also subscribe. BTW, I find that subscribing to writing resources makes finding material for this Friday Round-Up much easier.Happy Resurrection Day,Susan :)
Will check this out, thanks for the link!Happy weekend,Karen :)
Hi Karen -You're welcome. I hope you and all the readers of Christian Writer/Reader Connection have a blessed Resurrection Sunday!Susan :)
I can see how writing your book with a vicarious experience slant would bring the reader in. That's probably the charm of most historical novels.Not all of the author's choices of settings and experiences would be for my tastes, though.Have a wonderful Resurrection Sunday.
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