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Taste Words PDF – Sensory Descriptions

When it comes to using taste words in descriptions, most people automatically think of food. This makes complete sense considering our taste is most directly related to consuming food and the flavours they possess. But taste can be a lot more versatile description tool than just describing food (however noble Read more…

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Touch Words PDF – Sensory Descriptions

Touch words are such an important descriptive tool. Throughout our lives, we are constantly in touch with something. Whether it be a chair, clothes, another person, food, a door handle, or shoes – we are always in contact. We’re surrounded by textures, some common, some strange. They’re everywhere, so it Read more…

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Smell Words PDF – Sensory Descriptions

Smell is an important sense; one that can provoke vivid reactions and bring back memories which is exactly why you should use smell words in your writing! They’re probably the most underutilised description method in the writer’s toolkit, but they’re so important. We’re so used to smells that we often Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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5 Reasons Why You Need Grammarly

Grammarly is a free editing tool that works as an extension to your browser and as an add-on to your word docs. It is a must-have tool for all writers, students, professionals, academics, bloggers, and anyone with a computer really. There’s a paid version but the free version offers 150 critical grammar Read more…

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Writing Prompt #11

Writing Prompt #11 What if, in an alternate universe, ‘marriage’ was a ten-year contract and every ten years couples would review it and sign on for ten more or call it quits? Respond in the comments or join in on our Instagram!

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Writing Prompt #10

Writing Prompt #10 (Character POV Prompts) The mind caves before the body does. That’s what I was taught. But I’ve never been tortured quiet like this. Respond in the comments or join in on our Instagram!

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Writing Prompt #9

Writing Prompt #9 You’re a scientist studying time manipulation. You’re accidently transported back to the 1800’s. You can immediately go back, but your scientific curiosity makes you stay. What do you do there? (Blend in, tell people, try and change the future?). When you eventually get back has anything changed? Read more…

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Writing Prompt #8

Writing Prompt #8 (Dialogue Prompt) Person A: “I said you could if you were subtle.” Person B: “I am being subtle.” Person A: “That’s not subtle in the slightest.” Respond in the comments or join in on our Instagram!

By Madeleine, ago

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