Sensory Underload (via The Parking Lot Confessional)

Check out my Friday offering over at The Parking Lot Confessional. This week I offer up a little tip to help get your writing to pop off the page.

Sensory Underload Have you ever found yourself writing a scene that feels flat? You know the scene is too important to edit out, but you just can't seem to make it real. I have. In situations like that, I try to see how many of senses were engaged in the scene. In most cases only one, at most two, senses are employed. Sight and sound (if you include dialog). Since these are the two we use the most in our lives, that would make sense. The other three are just as im … Read More

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