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One-Liner Wednesday – Settings


There’s something uniquely beautiful about having a place that inspires you enough to set an entire book in it.

The Hochelaga Inn, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

The Magician’s Curse ~ The Great Dagmaru, Book One

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

30 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Settings

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  3. Well, that’s interesting. 🙂 Being involved in Book Two at the moment. Being an average ‘merican with no knowledge of things geographical, I had to google Kingston to see if it actually exists. (It does!) Now…are the rest of the things true, too?!

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    • Haha! No. A lot of the places exist, but the people are all products of my imagination. If you look at the acknowledgements at the back of the first book, there’s a bit of an explanation. 🙂
      Funny thing though–when I stayed at the Hochelaga Inn (it’s a B&B) in the tower room, I climbed up the ladder to the turret and there was a tiny little futon there. I’d already written it into the book.

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  13. I can see how that would inspire great thoughts.

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  17. Love this, and the fact that a whole book was actually set on it!

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  20. The badge is so cute 😛 😛

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