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Writers! You’ll want to check out this writer’s thesaurus

Writers! You’ll want to check out this writer’s thesaurus

I love Angela and Becca’s thesauruses for writers; I think they can help writers get unstuck, so I am thrilled I can finally announce that The Emotion Thesaurus Second Editionis coming! It releases February 19th and this new, expanded edition has 55 new entries!
If you’re a writer like me you probably know (and may use) the original Emotion Thesaurus.  I do. It’s a great refresher on emotion, and a great jumping off point into writing emotion deeper.

Check out my post at http://www.cherylrainfield.com/blog for more details (especially about the pre- order bonus and free surprise!). #emotionthesaurus
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I’m editing my manuscript and I just turned to The Emotion Thesaurus by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi

I’m editing my manuscript and I just turned to The Emotion Thesaurus by @writers_helping_writers_angela and @beccapuglisi to make sure that the physical reaction for the emotion I was writing fit, and to see if there was anything else I could add. Whenever I think I’m repeating myself too much describing emotion or need to change it up I pick it up for inspiration. Writers – it’s a good book to have around.

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Writers! Grab Holly Lisle’s How To Write Short Stories course at her early bird price of $67. It will never be this low again.

I have bought many of Holly Lisle’s courses over the years–her short ones you can dive right into, and her bigger, more complicated classes–and I highly recommend them. Holly offers clear, detailed, truly helpful advice on writing fiction, and is … Continue reading

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