You’ve got great characters with great motivations and a great plot- but plots need a place to happen. What’s the best way to choose the right location? How much does it really matter to the story? Can the location actually be more than just a stage for the plot to happen? Hosts/Authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia expound upon the subject, including examples of why some of their works are set where they are.
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This week’s episode is sponsored by Herman Hunter’s new release the Wizard’s Stone
Odo didn’t know what was in store for him when the wizard called him into his study. The wizard gave him a simple task–deliver a stone, wrapped, sealed, and warded to a king halfway across the world. And to this end, Odo will be protected by a band of skilled mercenaries, paid a staggering fortune in gold.
Yet, the outside world is not as certain or safe as that of the wizard’s compound. A fact that Odo will learn, much to his horror and regret.
The Wizard’s Stone– available now!