Tag Archives: contrast

Making the Shoe Fit…

Here’s a costume/setting question from one of my readers. Maybe this will help in our discussion of contrasting your character with the setting. Reader: I think shoes matter–especially on a protag. They can reveal a lot about a character. My … Continue reading

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SETTING CONTRAST

Ever notice how irons have a setting for permanent press? I don’t get it. ~Steven Wright, comedian, actor, writer Some story settings are as useless at helping define the characters as the permanent press setting on an iron is at … Continue reading

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