Writing Weekend #4

Yesterday, I wrote about world-building. If you didn’t get the chance to read it, check it out here. Now that you’ve read up on setting, it’s time to put your knowledge to work. For you’re writing weekend, I’m going to give you some questions to get you started thinking about the setting in your story. Use them as a starting point or to add on to something you already wrote. 1. Where is this place located? Mountains, ocean, flat land, etc.? Is it real? Is it fictional? Is it based on a real place? 2. What is the climate like? 3. Is it a big city, small town, or rural area? 4. Describe the architecture. 5. What do people eat there? 6. What language is spoken? 7. What kind of technology is available? 8. What time period is it set in? Past, present, or future? 9. How many people live there? 10. How do people get from one place to another? Hopefully, these questions get you thinking about your setting and lead to even more ideas. If they helped, let me know in a comment and drop by next week for my next world-building session!

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