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)
Want Strong Dialogue? Don’t Forget the Subtext (Jerry 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)
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.
Other Mother Lode Posts
If you found this collection of resources helpful, you might be interested in some of our other compilation posts.