The Five Scribes

A discussion about description would be shallow without discussing the five senses.

In order to captivate the reader and keep his/her interest, the writer must develop a relationship with all of the fives senses.

With this discussion, Judy will help the author understand how the senses make the reader aware of character and setting the way they become aware in real life.

 

About the Writer

Judith Reveal

The Four Elements of Fiction: Character, Setting, Situation, and Theme

The Four Elements of Fiction: Character, Setting, Situation, and Theme

Judy Reveal is an author, editor, book reviewer, and book indexer. She has presented on Viewpoint/Point of View; Description and the Five Senses; and Editorial Expectations among other topics. She has conducted creative writing classes at Chesapeake College as well as Arts Centers across the Delmarva Peninsula, and has presented at Bay To Ocean Writers Conference, Vine and Vessels Writers Conference, and Harford County Writers Conference. She has been president of Eastern Shore Writers as well as the Maryland Writers Association.

 

Her book, The Four Elements of Fiction: Character, Setting, Situation and Theme, covers the nuts and bolts of how these basic elements of fiction connect to produce a satisfying outcome.

Written by Tery Griffin