WRITING AURALLY AND VISUALLY

WRITING AURALLY AND VISUALLY

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Having developed your watching and listening skills, it can 

nevertheless be quite difficult to set them down on paper. 


More often than not, a phrase that sounded wonderful in 

your head looks dull and lifeless when it hits the page.



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Later in the book ,we will be looking at ways of bringing your 

writing to life and obtaining that  vital ingredient, reader 

identification.


You will learn how to stimulate the reader’s senses so that 

they identify with the people being  

portrayed, see and hear the sights and sounds you are 

attempting to convey.

Long descriptive passages, no matter how beautifully 

written, can be very dull without

dialogue, action or interaction to liven them up.

People enjoy reading about people, so even the most factual 

non-fiction article can be

enriched by the inclusion of a brief interview with an 

acknowledged expert or a comment from someone involved 

in the featured topic .


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For fiction, too, there is no better way to convey setting, At 

mosphere, sights, sounds and

scents than through the reactions of your characters.

 Whatever genre you choose, be sure you know the true 

meaning of each word you use,  

consulting your dictionary and thesaurus whenever you 

are unsure about the spelling or


context of a word or phrase.



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