Check out Part I of the series Hearing, Sight, Smell, Taste, Touch. It has some great insight from author Teagan Geneviene from this post on her blog.
Hearing, Sight, Smell, Taste, Touch
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
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Traditionally those are the five senses. I suddenly decided to rerun this mini-series on The Senses. I originally did this series five years ago, so maybe it’s fitting.
In novel writing I try to involve all your (the reader’s) senses. Today I want all of us to begin building a story together. One by one, we’ll use all the senses. More about that in a minute…
With each of these posts I’m asking you to please leave a comment with one or two words that my image-prompt for the featured sense brings to your mind. Use either the “three Kermits” pictured above or use the beautiful foggy cemetery by Dan Antion below.
To begin this mini-series, I will select the sense of —hearing.
Part 1 — Hearing
All the senses can work together. Descriptions of…
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