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Cheat sheet for telling emotion.

Discussion in 'Writing Resources' started by SeverinR, May 22, 2015.

  1. TheCatholicCrow

    TheCatholicCrow Inkling

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    Awesome! I've seen a few things on pinterest that are similar but this is definitely a more comprehensive list. Thanks for sharing it.
     
  2. StannisTheMannis

    StannisTheMannis Dreamer

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    I've been browsing through the whole site - they have a lot of good info there!
     
  3. SeverinR

    SeverinR Vala

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    I did see the links here were pretty good.
     
  4. StoryTypewriter

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    Very clever! I must give it a try.
     
  5. Laurence

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    Bookmarked. Thanks dude!
     
  6. Vilya

    Vilya Scribe

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    Thank you!
     
  7. SeverinR

    SeverinR Vala

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    I believe this might be my greatest find for my fellow Scribes.
    I will use it in the future. I'm glad I got to share it.

    Keep your eyes open and visit writing sites, even generic ones might have some good info.
     
  8. Ooh this will come in handy! Writing emotions has always been tricky for me. Thank you for this brilliant resource!
     
  9. SeverinR

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    I didn't like the format of Writing.com.
    But the Facebook page of writing.com sends out great advice.
    Maybe its on the website and I didn't find it. Like I said, didn't like the format.
     
  10. SeverinR

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    I didn't like the format of Writing.com.
    But the Facebook page of writing.com sends out great advice.
    Maybe its on the website and I didn't find it. Like I said, didn't like the format.

    But then again, it's failure brought me here. :D
     
  11. MapHatter

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    I will treasure this page, thank you. There's also a great book called 'the Emotional Thesaurus' by Angela Ackerman, which is a very similar concept. The Amazon 'look inside' preview doesn't elaborate much, but the negligible kindle edition cost is well worth the investment. Each page presents information like internal and external signs, body language, the effects of prolonged anger or sadness or joy or whateverotheremotionyouneedtoknowabout.
     
  12. Phrase

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    Awesome. Thank you for sharing.
     
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