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.
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Whether I’m writing a story, novel, or blog, I try to trigger an emotional response from the readers.
Big or little I hope my readers feel something other than boredom.
I love it when I become totally lost in a book, movie or TV show. Don’t you?
Time stands still or flies by on the winds of a hurricane. And when I reach the end, I sit back and savor the story. Full and content as if I’d just dined at a fine restaurant.
One day I hope to write something that captivating. Because nothing is worse than boring my readers.
I want my readers to feel something, fear, embarrassment, curiosity, hate, love, or disgust. Anything is better than nothing.
So, what is it that makes some stories better than others?
- Is the power to hold somebody’s attention completely or irresistibly.
- Something that inspires great interest.
- To be completely absorbed in something interesting
- To charm, enthrall, or lure.
That’s my goal! To write a story that holds a reader’s attention totally.
So what ignites such fascination?
Head over to Copyblogger.com and read how to use the magnetic force of fascination.
How do you fascinate your readers?
How do you stir emotion in the words you write?
You’ve made it this far so take a few seconds and share with me your tips for writing with emotion and fascination.
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