In honor of the three months since A Moment’s Worth came out, for the month of October, I shall be doing a series where I reveal some background history of the novel each week. I might include some content that may contain spoilers, so be careful when reading if you haven’t already read the book yet. I hope you enjoy.
Time and place are necessary essentials when writing a novel. For books such as The Hunger Games trilogy, it’s very specific how it’s set in post-apocalyptic North America. In the novel 1Q84, it takes up most of the year of 1984 in an urban setting in Japan. David Mitchell’s novels take these elements a step further; in particular with his novels Cloud Atlas and The Bone Clocks where he’s leaping from country to country, time period to time period all over the place. It’s quite fascinating. My book is definitely not an exception to these must-needed elements when it comes to storytelling, and so for that matter, I want to dwell deeper into that aspect now. Continue reading “Behind the Moments: Time and Places”