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Write Your Best Book


Jul 16, 2020

In order to create characters who are well-rounded, empathetic, and relatable, you must first learn how to write emotions. Emotions, when written properly, will connect the reader to the protagonist and make them root for their victory. If you can give the reader a visceral experience where they can actually feel what the protagonist is going through, that character will stay with the reader long after they close the book.

 

In this episode, you will:

 

  • Learn why writing emotions is crucial for authors
  • Learn how to write internal emotions
  • Learn how to write external emotional reactions
  • Lean how to create characters that are relatable

 

Hosts & Guests

Host – Christina Kaye

Guest Host – Becca Puglisi

 

To Learn More About and Connect with Becca Puglisi:

https://writershelpingwriters.net/

 

To try out One Stop For Writers.com :

https://onestopforwriters.com/

 

To Contact Christina Kaye:

info@writeyourbestbook.com

www.writeyourbestbook.com

 

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