How to Powerfully Describe Emotions in Writing

Three strategies from famous writers that will help you connect with readers

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You’ve probably heard the writing rule “show, don’t tell” a thousand times. It’s especially important to follow when you’re trying to vividly describe the emotions of a character in a story or your own emotions in a blog post.

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Nicole Bianchi

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