7 thoughts on “Guest post: Is Location a Character in Your Novels? by JL Greger

  1. Julia Thorley says:

    Thought-provoking stuff, thank you. I usually have a location in my head, but I’m not sure I’m describing it sufficiently for it to become a character in its own right. I shall work on this.

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  2. Paula Petty says:

    Thank you. I like to travel and fall in love with many locations and tend to focus on the locations rather than the characters.. I am looking forward to reading your book set in Cuba. I have been to Cuba on several times on mission trips and have spoken at the hospital to various groups of women. Thanks again for the information.

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  3. JL Greger says:

    Paula, If you’ve done mission work, you might like my descriptions and action in Bolivia in Ignore the Pain. It’s written from the point of view of a public health worker doing consulting in La Paz and Potosi. And yes, I’ve done that type of consulting in third world countries.

    Julia, I’m glad I made you think.
    JL

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