Creating Sense of Place, with Suzanne Tierney
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You’re writing a passionate story that makes your creative heart gallop. The characters are clear, their struggle dynamic. And you’ve set it in the City of Light, the City of Love, with its iconic la dame de fer.
Parfait! Except, you’ve never been to Paris. So how do you describe the feel of the cold rain of a Paris autumn when you can’t get on a plane.
Pas de problème. Award-winning author Suzanne Tierney took readers from the battlefields of Northern France to 1919 London in the Amazon bestselling book Blooms of War, all without leaving her Florida home. Join her in this free session as she shares the tricks she uses to capture a story’s setting without getting lost in the research rabbit hole.
Suzanne will show you how to make your story accurate and, even more importantly, so evocative that your reader shivers at the mere thought of the cold wind whipping through the narrow alleyways around La Fontaine Saint Michel.
Register now to join the session and go into the draw to win a copy of Blooms of War.
Monday, October 26 @ 7PM Eastern | 4PM Pacific | midnight Paris | 10AM (Tuesday) Melbourne