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  1. It’s great to meet you via A to Z! Your e card for income really is spot on for me! Thanks for following me, and consider me your newest fan!
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    1. Aww, thanks so much!

  2. I generally write realistic, contemporary fiction, so the setting is preset, so to speak, but I have occasionally tried my hand at fantasy, and in a secondary world these details become that much more important.

    Great I topic for A to Z!

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    1. Very true. Fantasy and Sci-fi writers need to deal with setting far more than other genres.

  3. Another great post on characterization. Keep ’em coming!
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    1. Thanks. 🙂

    • Hilary on April 10, 2015 at 3:15 PM

    Hi J – our income settings have to be appropriate to the age to which they apply .. so so true .. cheers Hilary
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  4. It’s an interesting approach to coming up with details and personalizing a place/setting or character, in economics terms.Love your ee-cards!

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    1. I’m glad I could make you smile.

  5. I love Economics! What a great idea to think of setting in terms of imports and exports, and what that tells the reader about a character.

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    1. I’m glad you found this interesting. Thanks for following.

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