Setting #2 – Results

Time to see some characters’ bedrooms!

On Tuesday we talked about your character’s bedroom. I’m going to give my own example, and I encourage you to check how much I let the reader know about my character, William Flynn.

We’re actually focusing on two skills at once here – developing setting descriptions AND character building! My goal is to try to tell a few things I think you need to know about William Flynn while describing his personal space as well.

Feel free to give me feedback – how could I give more detail about the room and Flynn’s personality without adding too many words? How could I add more sensory detail in the room description?

Look for the same criticism in your own work, and please post a sample as a reply or post a link to your own blog.

All right then, here’s what I have. I present William Flynn’s bedroom:

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