Synonyms: Words to name Emotion. Basic to more extreme and refined emotion of that range.
the secrets to conveying emotion in a natural way in literature
To make a scene vivid, to make it truly come to life, there needs to be sensory information. Senses transform words into three-dimensional worlds. The basic human senses are: seeing, hearing, touch, smell and taste.
Writing dialogue laughs and descriptive emotional expressions ranging from smiles to laughing
we won’t really know him, unless you let us inside.
You show the inner world of your character by telling the reader his thoughts, emotions, attitudes, fears, longings, neuroses, drives and compulsions. There are two kinds of thought your character has: (1) thoughts about events that have occurred and (2) peripheral thoughts.
AIDA stands for attention, interest, desire and action. These are the criteria that must be met in order to persuade someone to do something, through the written word.