Margie Lawson

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Writing Fresh: Smiles and Frowns and Smirks, Oh My!


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Need more emotion in your scenes?

Facial expressions are one way to add emotion. They share subtext. And you almost can’t have too much subtext.

Those psychological messages lock your readers in your POV character’s emotional set.

Overused expressions don’t carry as much power. We’ve all read them too many times.

Write fresh facial expressions, and your writing will carry emotion that boosts you toward bestseller lists.

Attend this webinar and you’ll learn how to:

  1. Theme to their world.
  2. Amplify, amplify, amplify.
  3. Use Hyphenated-Run-Ons.
  4. Treat the reader to Humor Hits.
  5. Create Flicker Face expressions.
  6. Use a range of Rhetorical Devices.
  7. Make all your sentences cadence driven.
  8. Contrast what you expected with what you get.
  9. Share how the expression impacts the POV character.
  10. Use a facial expression as a stimulus for a visceral response.

90 minutes

Recording now available.



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