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This extensive guide has thousands of commonly used descriptive phrases-also known as tags-
that can make the pages of your novel as vivid,
colorful and dramatic as you can create.
You are limited only by the boundaries you set for yourself.
You can make your heroine pulse with life,
and give the reader a reason to finish the book.
Without tags: His gaze settled on her and she felt as if she'd been touched.
With tags: She felt the heat of his dark gaze as it settled on her and slowly, deliberately moved over her curves, leaving a trail of burning need in its wake.
Inside this exhaustive treasury you'll find fifteen wonderful categories intended for the hard working romance novelist, neatly organized, with many sub-sections ready to give your imagination a jolt.
Of course there are wide-ranging physical descriptions for your Hero/Heroine, Body Movements, Facial Expressions, Voice, Emotions and, of course-Sex.
Other Categories include-Emotional/Physical Pain,
The Five Senses, Other Worldly, Nature and Battle Scenes.
Many categories include extensive in-depth detail. You'll also find numerous hard to find facts.
So flip through the pages and let your imagination soar;
there is no limit to what you can create.
Rebecca Andrews is the author of the short story
'The Christmas Wish', published in the Christmas Wishes Anthology, by Highland Press.
Posted April 17, 2011
The Millennium Phrase Book has become a truly valuable resource for me. The book's unique form and content provides a vehicle for authors to add texture and depth without compromising the writer's own voice. Moreover, the layout and format of the book helps the writer form ideas beyond whatever initial conceptual ideas their book may contain, bringing together the dialogue and the emotional landscapes of those within each scene. I consider this book a tool that can breathe life into each of the writer's characters, scenes, and atmospheres. The book is NOT just for Romance Writers...this book is for any writer whose book contains human characters and human interaction. I wish I had found this book sooner! Thanks to the author, Rebecca Andrews, for the time-consuming work she had to have put into the development and production of this valuable resource. Highly recommended for EVERY author!
David W. Smith
Co-Author, HIDDEN MICKEY
Author, TENNIS MASTERY & COACHING MASTERY
Senior Editor, TennisOne