Writing emotion is hard. How do you capture something that is so fleeting and without substance? How do you paint a word picture of a feeling?
Shh. I've got a secret. Are you listening? Describing emotion is all about describing the physical manifestation of those emotions. Yep, the easiest way to show emotion is to describe what they make your character feel in her five physical senses, and what they make her do. That's physical description.
You can do that, right?
Think about it.
If you see [ . . . . ]Click to read the rest of this helpful advice. http://www.savvyauthors.com/vb/content.php?899-Let-s-Get-Emotional-by-Laurin-Wittig
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