August 22, 2003, Newsletter Issue #28: Tuning in to Scenery in Your Story

Tip of the Week

Some of us are more intuned to nature than others, and will simply notice trees, plants, etc. in their own observations. If you are one of these people, play it up--itīs a great gift. Any physical imagery you provide will only help put the reader further into the moment. But even if you aren`t a botany whiz, do make an effort to include details of natural scenery. It is a great way to fill out your narrative and put the reader "there."

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