Free Sample Chapter of Writing with Emotion, Tension, and Conflict!

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To help spread the spirit of summer and our Friends and Family Sale, we want to offer you a free sample chapter from one of our books! Today's sample chapter is from Writing with Emotion, Tension, & Conflict by Cheryl St. John.

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Writing with Emotion, Tension, & Conflict is a guide to weaving various emotions into your story, so that it feels natural. St. John seeks to help writers understand what causes emotional responses in their readers, and how to write believable emotion and conflict in their stories. This particular chapter—"Learning Emotional Triggers"—offers tips and tricks to finding out what causes readers to connect with an emotion and how to create that emotional trigger in your own work.

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