Emotion Thesaurus

I found this awesome blog titled Emotion Thesaurus that lists numerous traits and characteristics for every emotion a character could have. It’s a phenomenal resource to add depth and variety to writing. I don’t know about you, but I sometimes find myself using the same character tags or descriptions when I write about emotional scenes. That won’t happen anymore.

Bloggers Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi have done a thorough job collecting everything onto one sight for ease of use. Check out the blog. I know you’ll find something useful.  http://thebookshelfmuse.blogspot.com

3 thoughts on “Emotion Thesaurus

  1. It’s cool that you enjoy that website. I do too! I found out about it on Absolute Write, and since then added it to my blog roll. It’s really great that they took the time and energy to research all of that useful information for writers–not only researched, but decided to share it!

    Keep smiling,

  2. Hi, Darlene. Thank you so much for getting the word out about The Bookshelf Muse. Angela and I created these thesauri to help us with the problems we were having in our writing–the same problems it sounds like you were struggling with. I never get tired of hearing that our blog is helping authors improve in the same problem areas that we have. Thanks again for the shout out!

    Becca @ The Bookshelf Muse

  3. I think this is a great site too, and I love to share it with my writing students. It’s good that you’re putting the info out there for the world!

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