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    581 Sensory Words to Take Your Writing from Bland to Brilliant

    sensory words

    It’s almost too easy.

    By using sensory words to evoke sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell; smart and attractive writers just like you are able to make their words burst to life in their readers’ minds.

    In this post, you’ll learn:

    • The science behind sensory details (e.g. why sensory words are so persuasive);
    • The definition of sensory words (plus examples);
    • How answering five simple questions will help you write descriptive words that pack your content with sensory language;
    • 500+ sensory words you can incorporate into your own writing (right now).

    Let’s dive in…read the full post here

    About the author

      Kevin Duncan

      When he’s not busy telling waitresses, baristas, and anyone else who crosses his path that Jon Morrow once said he was in the top 1% of bloggers, Kevin J. Duncan is the Blog Editor and Social Media Manager for Smart Blogger.

    • Thank you for sharing my post, Mary and Laura! 🙂


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