New Post at Writers Helping Writers on Mapping Your Story’s Setting (Plus, New Posts on Wednesdays Starting Next Week)

Writers Helping Writers

Today I’m over at Writers Helping Writers to share a recent writing-related experiment: I created a map for an important location in my manuscript’s setting. It turned out to be a fun exercise that exercised a different part of my creativity – and best of all, it was immensely useful for the story I’m working on. So what are some the benefits of mapping your story’s setting? How do you go about creating your own setting map? Find out at the link below. Plus, there might be a photo of the map I drew. 😮

Click here to read “Mapping Your Story’s Setting.” 

Also, starting next week, new blog posts will go live on Wednesdays instead of Tuesdays. So don’t be alarmed if you receive a new post notification from me a day later than usual. 😉

As always feel free to share your comments at WHW or here at the blog. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂

One thought on “New Post at Writers Helping Writers on Mapping Your Story’s Setting (Plus, New Posts on Wednesdays Starting Next Week)

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