STATUS: Doing some client reading.
What’s playing on the iPod right now? TAXI by Bryan Ferry
I just finished reading a query where the writer spent the first two opening paragraphs talking about the interesting setting of Alaska but when the writer hit the pitch blurb, no mention was made of how the setting influenced the story.
It could have been set anywhere.
Well that’s a head scratcher.
I couldn’t help but wonder why all the detail on the location if the writer wasn’t going to use it. So my recommend, If you are going to great lengths to describe an unusual or important setting, make sure the connection to your actually story is clear.