We are privilaged to be joined by the amazing Kenya Carlton today. She took time out of her busy schedule to share with us her choices of locations. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
Here is an excerpt:
“The backdrop for any novel is important. Sometimes, even without trying, the author makes the location the quietest character in the book and other time the location is the book. For example, instead of those foggy moors, we’ll put those Hounds of Baskerville attacks in a bustling city. The book would probably read more like American Werewolf in Paris circa 1901 and of course Sherlock Holmes would be caught in the throes of depression by the downward spiral society had suddenly taken. What if Carrie Bradshaw worked at the Idaho Press-Tribune instead of a paper in New York? Well, the answer is easy. Nobody would know who the hell she was because there might Sex and the City, but there wouldn’t be Sex in Boise—at least not with Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda.”
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