Do you know how to elicit emotions in the reader?

I love it when the perfect articles appear as if by magic to follow-up on one of my posts.

No matter what you are writing, horror, romance, cozy mystery, even a kids book— the reader needs to feel something. They need to become attached and emotional about the characters or plot. And we need to know how to push the right button.

More info about writing with emotion from the experts!

Thanks so much to amazing writers for their great articles.

Want to know how to get a reader to laugh?

Check out – 5 Techniques to Make Your Readers Laugh By Lisa Wells

Want to know how to find an unmet need in your story?

What’s Stronger Than Your Character’s Fear? Their Unmet Need By Angela Ackerman

Want to know how intense to make an emotional response?

Click and read – Leveraging The Emotional Spectrum in Your Writing By

Which emotion do you have trouble expressing in a story?

Do you have a tip to help me get the “feeling” right?

Which emotion does your character express? Is he/she angry, fearful, loving? Which do you write with ease?

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Boost your writing with these awesome free tip sheets

Putting into words, emotion, desires, hopes, and dreams are not always easy.

I could hardly contain my excitement when I spotted this post. Y’all know how much I love shortcuts, tip sheets, and lists of all kinds. So you can imagine my excitement when Becca Puglisi and Angela Ackerman co-authors of 6 bestselling writing guides. If you haven’t read any of their books, I can only assume you’ve been hiding in a cave somewhere.

They’ve provided 41 lists to make writing and finding a character arc so much easier. You’ll want to download shortcuts to your computer for easy reference.

It may not be easy to capture the essence of a character, but with these free writing tip sheets brought to you by One Stop for Writers, it gets easier. Now you can take your writing to a higher level.

Want to get started with their first book? Click on the image below.

The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Expression by [Ackerman, Angela, Puglisi,Becca]What did you think?

Do you think these checklists and tip sheets are helpful?

Which books by Angela and Becca do you have?

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