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1,000 Example Sentences to Help You 'Show' Not 'Tell' in Writing: Covers 50 Emotions to Help You Create Impact! The Ultimate Secret Weapon for Anyone Wanting to ACE their Writing Test!
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’Show, Don’t Tell’ is arguably one of the hardest writing techniques because it means you have to think carefully about how a certain feeling is expressed and then put it into words.
But…where do you even start and how? Most times, when showing sentences are attempted, they sound awkward, unsuitable or over-flowery.
Everything you want to avoid when trying to write an A+ story.
And, if you don’t master this technique, your writing will struggle to get the high scores that you want. Your sentences will be lacklustre and you’ll be stuck with robotic sounding stories that continue to get you average scores.
This book makes writing ‘Show, Don’t Tell’ sentences super easy with 1,000 example sentences covering 50 emotions/perceptions that you can use and adapt for your own story.
How does this book work?
Simply select from 1,000 example sentences organized in groups of 50 emotions (including emotion perception), and then modify selected sentences in your story using our example sentences as a guide and there you go – an excellent ‘showing’ sentence!
The book covers the following emotions that you can use in your story (organized into 10 larger groups):
- Anger: contempt, fury, irritation, jealousy, resentment, sarcasm, violation
- Anticipation: confidence, courage, eagerness, energy, hope, inspiration
- Disgust: aversion, boredom, conceit, loathing, revulsion
- Fear: alienation, fright, inadequacy, overwhelm, worry, worthlessness
- Happiness: amusement, ecstasy, fulfillment, liberation, love, playfulness
- Mistrust: hesitancy, skepticism, suspicion
- Pride: self-importance, ridicule, self-righteousness
- Sadness: abandonment, depression, despair, disillusionment, embarrassment, guilt, loneliness, pity, withdrawal
- Surprise: astonishment, confusion, shock
- Emotion perception: sensitivity
Now that you have this book, go forth and write that masterpiece of yours, easily, of course, with 1000 sample sentences to help you ‘show, don’t tell’.
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