Thanks Chris! These guys are from my (original) neck of the woods! 😉 ❤
Peace, love & great editing for all,
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too. You can go to the Home page of her blog to watch it:
Or you can see it on YouTube:
Using the five senses
I love it when an author decides to use the senses in writing their descriptions. It’s so rarely done, it seems, that it keeps the story fresh and exciting for me. Let’s talk about some ways to incorporate each of them into your descriptions—without going overboard, of course! Nobody wants a blow-by-blow listing of everything your main character smelled in a day, especially if he’s a homicide detective in the morgue!
When using any of the senses in writing description, you want to remember “Show, don’t tell” to get the most effectiveness out of it.
Your first cup of coffee in the morning—does anything taste better? Or, on the other hand, it can be your biggest disappointment, starting your day off on the wrong foot. Rather than writing, “Rich’s coffee was bland,” try “Rich sipped his coffee, hoping his partner managed to make it taste…
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