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  • Writer's pictureStuart Wakefield

The Emotion Amplifier Thesaurus Is Here! (+Writing Workshop Giveaway)

Hey there, fellow wordsmiths!

Today is a great day because The Emotion Amplifier Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Stress and Volatility has officially launched, and I’m buzzing with excitement to spread the word about an epic giveaway that Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi are hosting to celebrate.

If you’re familiar with the Emotion Thesaurus (and if not, you really need to get on that, people), you’ll be as eager as I am about this brand-new companion guide which I recently reviewed. It digs into all the ways you can crank up the emotional tension, pushing your characters to the edge for those big reactions readers crave.

What’s an Emotion Amplifier?

Well, let me explain: these are specific states and conditions that ramp up your character’s emotions until they’re about to burst! Imagine your protagonist dealing with pain, exhaustion, competition, or even arousal (better wear your good undies), and suddenly they’re teetering on the brink of losing control. Will they lash out, take a wild risk, or make some seriously poor choices?

Hello, delightful drama!

The Giveaway – Win a Free Workshop!

Angela and Becca are workshop wizards, and they’re offering a free Zoom workshop where they'll show you how to wield emotional amplifiers like a pro. I’m talking about turning your characters’ inner turmoil into page-turning gold. And the best part?

There are 100 seats up for grabs.

If you’ve attended one of their workshops before, you know they bring the fire, dropping knowledge bombs left, right, and centre. But, you’ve got to hurry—the last day to enter this giveaway is 17th May 2024.

Here’s how to enter: Click here to enter the giveaway!

So, whether you’re a seasoned storyteller or just starting to explore the writing realm, this guide will amp up your emotional arsenal. Let’s get those characters feeling, reeling, and revealing their inner chaos for all to see.

Good luck, and happy writing.



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