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  • Sometimes you can create a stronger image in the reader’s mind when using metaphors or similes to compare it to something else visual. For instance, comparing the volcanic eruption in your novel to a fiery, vengeful dragon can create intense imagery that will have more of an impact on your readers’ imaginations.


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Use Sensory Details

Use Sensory Details


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Show, Don't Tell

Show, Don't Tell

  • Show how the setting changes or interacts with characters . If there’s a factory nearby, don’t just tell the reader that—describe what it smells like or how it changes the way the sky looks. You can also indicate the time of day or time of year it is in your story by including how the sunlig...


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Visit Real-life Locations For Inspiration

Visit Real-life Locations For Inspiration

  • If you need inspiration, look at the setting around you.
  • You can also use pictures and videos from places you cannot visit to get a general idea of what your own location would be like.


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Keep it simple

Keep it simple

  • Focus on the details that really matter. Parse out the most interesting and vital details when describing the setting of your scene to give the reader a sense of balance, and not overload them with adjectives.


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