How to elicit emotions in your reader?
I think we can all agree: Good writing makes us feel rather than explains what to feel, right?
But sometimes the writer so desperately wants the reader to feel that the results is:
Writers letting their characters cry and laugh in order to make the reader feel something. But does it make the reader feel?
But what does?
We feel emotions when we FEAR and HOPE for a character. When we understand the characters inner struggle and their sacrifices they have to make in order to feel whole again, after all this chaos in their lives.
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