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Writing Tip

In writing fiction, always know what your characters are feeling, then illustrate that feeling through one or all of the following: dialogue, interior thought, action, description. For instance, if a character is angry, have him shout (dialogue), swear in his head (interior thought), slam a window (action), and/or have something occur in the setting that reflects his mood: shattering glass (description).

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