Rock The Vault: Celebrating The Urban And Rural Setting Thesaurus Duo

It is a writer’s job to draw readers into the fictional story so completely that they forget the real world. Our goal is to render them powerless, so despite the late hour, mountain of laundry, or workday ahead, they cannot give up the journey unfolding within the paper-crisp pages before them.

Strong, compelling writing comes down to the right words, in the right order. Sounds easy, but as all writers know, it is anything BUT. So how do we create this storytelling magic?

How can we weave description in such a way that the fictional landscape becomes authentic and real—a mirror of the reader’s world in all the ways that count most?

The Setting Thesaurus Duo

Well, there’s some good news on that front. Two new books have released this week that may change the description game for writers.

The Urban Setting Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to City Spaces

and

The Rural Setting Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Personal and Natural Spaces

look at the sights, smells, tastes, textures, and sounds a character might experience within 225 different contemporary settings. And this is only the start of what these books offer writers.

In fact, swing by and

check out this hidden entry

from the Urban Setting Thesaurus:

Police Car.

And there’s one more thing you might want to know more about….

Rock_The_Vault_WHW1

Becca and Angela, authors of The Emotion Thesaurus, are celebrating their double release with a fun event going on from June 13-20th called

ROCK THE VAULT.

At the heart of Writers Helping Writers is a tremendous vault, and these two ladies have been hoarding prizes of epic writerly proportions.

A safe full of prizes, ripe for the taking…if the writing community can work together to unlock it, of course.

Ready to do your part?

Stop by

Writers Helping Writers

to find out more!

 

 

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