Today’s re-blog feature lists famous literary homes, created as settings for the story to take place.
I have been privileged to visit a great number of castles and historic homes in the UK and each has its own character and atmosphere. One of these is Highclere Castle, which is now known for the setting of Downton Abbey (TV series). This magnificent building was literally down the road from where I used to live and we visited it for events regularly.
In writing the actual setting is a character all of its own and requires careful description to enable our readers to ‘picture’ it.
Have you created a home for your narrative?
What inspired you to create it in the way you did?
Which one of these dwellings is your favorite?
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