How To Write Setting So People Want To Read It

When writing about setting writers often think about what colours to use or wheither or not the kitchen is next to the dining room but the key to writing setting is commonality.

Find what you and your target audience have in common.

When thinking about setting, the writer wants to look at their target audience, are they teenagers, adults or children? Children won’t care if the kitchen is next to the dining room or living room but teenagers and adults might want a picture of what the character’s house looks like compared to…