Today, I’m dropping in for a guest post on Sue Santore’s blog. A sneak peak:
In a movie or a TV show, the camera pans across the scene in an establishing shot and the viewer gets an instant impression of the setting. The opening sequences in Hawaii Five-0‘ show beautiful beaches, surfers taking on the waves, and girls in bikinis. But in a novel, it’s up to the writer to use words to evoke the images of the setting. Read about the four tips on Sue Santore’s blog.
I hope you’ll also have a look at my article on writing called “Strawberry, Chocolate, and Vanilla,” published in Topstone Publishing’s Rejection Lessons, part of the Inside Writer’s Guide series.