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message 1: by Nick (new)

Nick (nickanthony51) | 400 comments Dianne wrote: "New Blog - "FIVE WAYS YOU CAN INSTANTLY CREATE INTRIGUING SETTINGS!" http://wp.me/p3pLY9-jO"

Excerpt...I recently bought a book which was highly touted as taking place in such-and-such city on the Pacific Ocean.

Did you really mean to imply that the city in the story was ON the Pacific Ocean?


message 2: by K.A. (new)

K.A. Krisko (kakrisko) I dunno, that's a pretty common way of referring to a place. For example, "Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is on Lake Superior." Doesn't mean it's floating on the lake, it's common shorthand for 'on the shore of'.


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Nick (nickanthony51) | 400 comments You're welcome.


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