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Writing for the Emotions

January 21, 2011 by Fiction Editor Beth Hill

Emotions pull readers into the story faster than most anything else a writer could try. They are instant connection points. Think of emotions as tentacles reaching to the reader and tying him to your tale. Wrap him tightly, so tightly that he must stay with you until the end.


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