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You want to make your reader feel the emotions in what you’re writing?
The classic mistake – and we’ve all made it! – is to assume that because you feel emotional about what you’re writing, then so will the reader.
The truth is that it’s not about what you feel; it’s about communicating that feeling. We might not always work the magic but this guide contains some tips and exercises that I find helpful.
How to Create Emotion (click to access PDF)
Written on January 21, 2014 at 4:20 pm, by Jean Gill
Categories: Writing Resources | Tags: Author Resources, Emotion, Writing, Writing Exercises
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