Whisper, Don’t Shout


Drawing your readers in—quietly—creates more suspenseful moments than bludgeoning them with overly brash reveals. Don’t have a character shout, “There’s a gun!” Let your readers hear the click as the safety is removed.

You’ll learn how to convert labelling words like “heard,” “saw,” and “noticed,” into incidents that show emotion. Master strategies to add thematic heft by integrating symbolic imagery, atmospheric descriptions, and visual and word allegories. Raise the bar on your writing!

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