The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide To Character Expression

Framed ET resizedStruggle with how to show, not tell a character’s feelings? Need help creating fresh body language that doesn’t come off as stale or cliché? 

The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression is a writer’s best friend, helping to navigate the difficult terrain of showing character emotion. Through an easy-to-use list format, this brainstorming tool explores seventy-five emotions and provides a large selection of body language, internal sensations, actions and thoughts associated with each.

For more information on this bestselling writing resource, check out Amazon’s Search Inside Feature, or read a few of the over 1000 reviews left by writers just like you. Or visit Goodreads and add it to your list.

The Emotion Thesaurus is used by editors, agents and authors worldwide and is required reading for several University-level Creative Writing programs in the United States. It has also been translated into multiple languages.

 

Emotion Thesaurus Buzz:

“One of the challenges a fiction writer faces, especially when prolific, is coming up with fresh ways to describe emotions. This handy compendium fills that need. It is both a reference and a brainstorming tool, and one of the resources I’ll be turning to most often as I write my own books.”
~ James Scott Bell, bestselling author of Deceived and Plot & Structure

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