Active Verbs List

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  1. Love that you pay it forward. The list is most useful. It is these things that can hamper progress and to have someone out there willing to help is fantastic. Thank you

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  5. Brigite says:

    YES! Thank you so much for this list, I can’t wait to read all of your other tools for writers

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  7. Lucas Gonzales says:

    Yes. This is amazing. I such trouble describing things sometimes, one aspect of that being that I reuse the same old words. Now I’ve found this! Thank you so much for this, it’s sure to prove immensely helpful. Maybe this story that I’ve been writing, scrapping and rewriting for five or six years now will make some progress with the help of this site.

  8. This is so helpful specially for me, because English is my second language and I straggled to find strong verbs to use in my books.
    Thank you so much for this list.

  9. J. R. Yates says:

    This is great! I love this!

  10. BeinSon Bracey says:

    Just wanted to say thank you ladies. Since I downloaded all three book from Ibooks I’m able to read and reference them no matter where I go. I view them on my IPhone, iPad or the computer when I’m at home. I’m in the process of writing my first trilogy and all three books are a jewel to me. Can’t begin to thank you Angie and Becca enough. Keep up the great work and wish you’ll love, peace and prosperity.

    • That’s wonderful to hear–thanks for the kind words and for writing to us. I’m so excited for you that you’re working on your first trilogy–there’s always something special about the first of anything. Wishing you a great writing ride!

  11. Saw you on twitter and thought I would check out your resources.

  12. Stephanie says:

    I’ve downloaded all the pdf’s you have available (and have been an avid follower of your thesaurus for years,) but this active verbs sheet is invaluable. Thank you so much for this. I’ve printed it out and keep it next to my laptop for reference.

  13. Diana L McDowell says:

    I am a wanna be author. I usually spend my time searching for just the right thing to write or anything that may improve my writing. I never make comments, I may read them. I am a lurker. Now I’m here making a comment which is to say, Thank you. The resources you have provided are invaluable. I find myself coming back over and over. Thank you so much for sharing and helping any writer in need.

  14. Lyndsey Davis says:

    Again, you offer fantastic options for writers. After a basic run at NaNoWriMo, my editing of 50,000 words, will be greatly enhanced.

  15. Elizabeth Genovese says:

    You ladies are pure gold to me, you have no idea. For years I have been mining for books on verbs and all I’ve ever been able to find are ‘lists’ in no semblance of order. I’ve discovered a couple of ebooks, but still not what I want–a quick reference sheet in categorical order. SAME THING WITH EMOTIONS. Then you came out with The Emotion Thesaurus! I wrote Becca or Angie (can’t recall which one of you, sorry) to thank and praise. And now you’ve done it again with the Positive & Negative Trait thesauri. Can’t wait to order them. I see them on Amazon now (I’m in Canada) but it’s before your official release date and probably pricier. Once again, heartfelt appreciation and thank-you’s, Becca & Angie. Have a joyous Thanksgiving.

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