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  1. I think the mood of the setting is even more important then the setting itself. I mean, why would you even choose a setting if not for the atmosphere you can create and the way it will affect the characters’ personality 😉
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    1. Well, they didn’t call it the “roaring twenties” because everyone was taking a nap, right? 😉
      Your April blog is packed with some great examples that illustrate half of my reference book.

  2. All story elements combine to create the mood: setting, word choice, character action and dialogue. So important.
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    1. Indeed!

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