Writing With Intrigue

I = Intrigue

  • cause to be interested or curious
  • Fascinate your readers with words that peak their curiosity.

Sprinkle words throughout your writing that alarm, deceive, or charm the reader.

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The mail icon on her computer flashed. Rachel opened the inbox and stared. Line after line from a strange address, concealed by symbols, &?#%$@mail.net. Fifty weird emails, marked urgent family emergency filled the screen. How did this person get her private email address?

Junk mail should’ve gone into the spam box. She hoped the anti-virus software would protect her computer. The cursor blinked, daring her to click. Curiosity was a weakness, all her life she’d heard about the cat dying.

She opened the first email.

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