I never believed the sky is the limit, therefore my passions are expansive. My interest in writing stemmed from poetry but my heart lead me to Sci-Fi Fantasy. Consequently, my stories are plot-driven with splashes of evocative elements.
Every night at midnight, the purple clouds came out to dance with the blushing sky. Sounded magical, didn't it? Well, sorry to disappoint, but there was nothing pleasant about its emergence. It was the hour that every student attending Crescent Academy dreaded, for the indigo overcast was a curse that'd leave us exposed to ether-eating creatures that roamed the world.
The Last of Us
"Next!" I'm startled out of a strange daze at the command to find myself in a vast white space with a long single-filed line ahead of me consisting of various species of animals. They all moved robotically as they took a step forward. Not in synchrony, though. The smallest basically ran to fill the gaps, while the largest shuffled to keep from crushing anyone. But strangely, they all systematically obeyed the voice, never straying from the line.
An endless countdown Every trade has its secrets mine's eternal life
List of Words/Phrases to Express Emotions
Have you ever felt frustrated because you couldn't think of a creative emotional reaction for your character? Or maybe you noticed you need to add more feeling to your scene in order to really connect with your readers. It's not just you. We've all been there. I, too, have suffered and thus become discouraged when a scene lacks the evocative ingredients that I'm trying to enunciate.