Open Book Blog Hop – 28th November   Leave a comment

Stevie Turner

Welcome to another blog hop. Today’s topic is:

Do you use real or fictional cities in your writing? How do you incorporate them into the story?

I sometimes use fictional cities in my stories, as due to any possible future litigation it’s easier to malign a place or a building. For example, in ‘Examining Kitchen Cupboards‘ I did not want to name the actual college where I read that exam question, and so I created the town of Daxton. It’s at Daxton College where administrator Jill Hayes finds strange exam questions for 16 -19 year olds which are more suited to children ten years younger. In ‘For the Sake of a Child‘ I created the town of Arlborough and the fictional company ‘PhizzFace‘ rather than use an actual town, as Arlborough is home to the Veck brothers who are serial child molesters. Could you imagine…

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Posted November 29, 2022 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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