I’m honored to be a guest blogger at Chip MacGregor’s blog today. This is one I posted elsewhere before, but I thought it was good enough to share again.
How do most of us (note—I’m one of the us) show emotions in our stories? Often, we use physiological responses. Here are a few:
- Sad—eyes filling with tears
- Angry—fists clenching or slamming stuff
- Worried—gut twisting
- Happy—smiling, grinning, laughing, chuckling, giggling
It works, it’s easy, and it makes the point. It’s perfect.
Stop by Chip MacGregor’s blog to read the rest.