Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: emotions
You’re likely getting a tad tired of me writing about Donald Maass and his Writing 21st Century Fiction, but it’s the writer’s guide I’m studying right now, so . . . well, deal with it. Besides, if you read it yourself, … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing How-To Books, Writing Tips Tagged action, action-driven, character driven, emote, emoting, emotions, novel writing 9 Comments
The thing most writers are afraid of, and the one thing we must learn to master in our writing, is emotional truth. According to John Vorhaus, contributor to WriterUnboxed: . . . we’re still afraid. In conveying emotional truth on … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged #amwriting, comedy, drama, emotions, genre fiction, genre writing, getting in touch with your emotions, Writing, writing emotions 6 Comments
Dancing Around the Elephant
My husband hurt my feelings the other day. Apparently, he knew it–or read it in my eyes–because he shoulder-nudged me. The ol’ “I didn’t mean it” shoulder-nudge. When that didn’t work, he did what he could to make me laugh. … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged body language, emotions, fiction, nonverbal communication, novel writing, writing fiction 6 Comments