Telling the reader a character is attracted to someone is simple. And rather flat and boring. But showing several small attraction signs can give the story a strong punch that will glue the readers to the pages and make them relive their own troubles and beautiful moments.Continue reading “Writing Body Language: Attraction”
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Said is a solid and useful dialogue tag. But here are also other examples you can use from time to time:Continue reading “10 Happy “Said” Alternatives”
It is here. Year 2021. 2020 was a very unexpected challenge for the whole world. The COVID 19 crisis swept us and the bad news just keep coming. But we all must hope and see this new beginning as an opportunity to move forward. We, writers, have one advantage. We can write almost everywhere. Here are some ideas to make this year count. Make new steps in your writing career.Continue reading “Writer’s New Year’s Resolutions”
Said is a solid and useful dialogue tag. But here are also other examples you can use from time to time:Continue reading “6 Quiet “Said” Alternatives”
“Like” is a short and legit word. Nothing wrong with using it in your writing. But you can also choose more fitting expressions according to their specific meaning.
|“You always favor your youngest!” He hit the desk with his fist.||Favor||To support or prefer something.|
|“I will always treasure these memories.” He put his hand on his heart.||Treasure||To regard or treat as precious.|
|The press idolized the president.||Idolize||To regard with blind adoration or devotion.|
|“I appreciate her helpful and kind feedback.”||Appreciate||To value or regard, to be grateful or thankful for something.|
|“I adore her intellect,” he said with a dreamy expression.|
“And I adore her long hair,” his little sister added.
|Adore||To regard with the utmost esteem, love, respect, and honor.|
To pay divine honor to something or someone.
To like or admire very much.
|Sophia enjoyed her icecream on the hot summer day.||Enjoy||To find joy or satisfaction.|
|She fancied a hot cup of coffee in the cold and bleak morning.||Fancy||To feel a desire or liking for.|
|I cherish memories of my old home and cousins.||Cherish||To care for tenderly or nurture.|
To cling fondly to something.
|He admired his grandfather’s courage during the war.||Admire||To regard with wonder, pleasure, or approval.|
|“Of course I care for her and call her every evening! She is my ill sister.”||Care for||To feel concern or interest.|
To attach importance to something.
See more vocabulary alternatives useful for writers! Poetic, amiable, angry, cute, and joyful said versions.
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The stories are as old as humanity itself. Since prehistoric times, people shared and recorded them on the walls of caves and their pottery. They were passed down orally from generation to generation, and storytellers were welcomed everywhere. Each one had their way of storytelling and favorite genres too.Continue reading “Just Starting with your Story?”