Fiction Writing Masterclass

Lesson 4: Creating Setting in Fiction

This week we’ll discuss ways you can make ordinary places interesting, how to bring invented places to life, plus the importance of setting in relation to character and plot.

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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Elizabeth Dawber

Elizabeth Dawber

English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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