How about 240 ways to show a character’s voice?
That’s right 240!
Sometimes writers fall into a rut of using the same descriptive words over and over for our characters. This infographic helps avoid that particular pitfall.
Don’t reach for that thesaurus instead, save this list posted by CHRIS THE STORY READING APE’S BLOG.
Make sure your readers can envision the meaning of a conversation. Remember, readers aren’t psychic. Show them what your characters are implying.
Some of these suggestions really got me going. I think using some of these descriptive words might help flesh out my characters a little more.
To get the entire list click the link below.
240 Words to Describe Someone’s Tone/Voice – Infographic…
What do you think, do you need more spice in the conversations?
Did some of these words give you ideas?
Do let me know!
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