Monday, July 11, 2011

Theme Week-Disney

Hello! Happy Monday!
All the F.A.I.T.H. girls got together and in light of a couple of them having recent trips to Disney, we decided to have a Disney theme week here on F.A.I.T.H. Our posts will somehow in someway mention something about Disney.

That's a lot of 'somes' isn't it?

I think I'm the F.A.I.T.H. girl with the least Disney experience. I've only been there once at that was last year at the RWA National conference. The only park I went to was Epcot, you know the one will all the countries. Disney princesses greeted us as we came into the park. We posed with them for some pics. Fun time!

There were sections set up for each country. Little gift shop, outdoor theater drama, video shows. All kinds of different things to get you into that particular world.

Disney has to create an environment that makes you feel like you are in China, Germany, France. All those different countries have a different feel to them.

Which brings me my question for you. What is your favorite part of creating your own world as you write? The setting atmosphere, dialogue? Several things contribute to creating our fiction worlds.

Or if you are a reader, what is your favorite setting for a book?

Make sure you keep checking in this week to see what the other gals are posting about Disney!

8 comments:

  1. Wish we were blogging from Disney!

    Lindi, I love to create setting, but I think it is the hardest part for me...And creating good characters. There's a lot of time that goes into these two aspects for me.

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  2. Great idea! Fun week ahead :)

    I have the most fun writing dialogue :)

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  3. Christy,
    Setting is hard for me as well. Now Cathy West, that girl rocks setting!

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  4. Eva, I'm with you. I love writing dialogue.

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  5. Sounds like a fun week...have not been to Disney in way too long! My favorite setting?...hard to say cause it changes!!! lol If a friend or relative has moved to (another state), I seem to enjoy books with that setting at that time.

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  6. I love settings that make you feel like you're right there in the middle of it. Disney is great at that!

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  7. Jackie,
    It is fun to read about places you know or have been to. I agree!

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  8. Missy,
    Yes, Disney has done a fabulous job. That's what I liked about Cathy's book. I felt like I was in Vietnam.

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