As you can imagine, we’re pretty amped that The Emotion Thesaurus Second Edition is here. We hope you find those extra 55 emotions and double the teaching content is a big help as you craft stronger character emotion.
These posts below are packed with great ideas for showing emotion:
The Inner Struggle: How to Show a Character’s Repressed Emotions (Jane Friedman)
Using Vocal Cues to Show Hidden Emotions (Fiction University)
Fight, Flight, or Freeze: Psyche 101 for Writers (Elizabeth Spann Craig)
Got Subtext? Writing Better Dialogue (Jerry B. Jenkins)
Podcast Interview with Angela (Blood, Sweat, and Words)
Emotion and The Setting: A Powerful Story Combo (Seekerville)
The Connection Between Character Emotion and Reader Empathy (Live Write Thrive)
How to Show Emotion for Non-Viewpoint Characters (Jami Gold)
Character Research: What to Know to Write Authentic Emotion (ProWritingAid)
Telling vs. Showing When It Comes to Emotions (Kobo Writing Life)
7 Things Your Character Is Hiding (Helping Writers Become Authors)
Avoiding Clichéd Emotional Responses in Your Writing (Anne R. Allen)
For Checklists and Tip Sheets to help with Emotion, Body Language & much more, visit this page.
And, to visit the online version of The Emotion Thesaurus, go here.