Thinking Like A Romance Writer: The Sensual Writer's Sourcebook of Words and Phrases

Thinking Like A Romance Writer: The Sensual Writer's Sourcebook of Words and Phrases

Language: English

Pages: 100

ISBN: 1499760108

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


"This invaluable resource is a must have for any aspiring romance writer!"

In the world of romance writing, one of the most important components in an author's repertoire is their use of descriptive words and phrases. This aspect of romance writing is so often neglected, usually with disastrous results; a novel that reads like a badly written script.

Fortunately, there's now a way for any writer, regardless of their experience, to get a huge head-start writing in this profitable genre. It's a secret resource that romance writers don't want you to know about!

Dahlia Evans has compiled a romance writing thesaurus unlike anything ever published. This reference book is filled to the brim with words and phrases gathered from hundreds of bestselling romance novels. Using this book you will be able to describe intimate encounters of every kind without breaking a sweat.

Inside You'll Discover:

# 8,500 words and phrases sorted into 37 categories.
# Thousands of words you can use to describe each part of the body.
# Words that describe each of the five senses; taste, touch, sight, sound, smell.
# Words to describe feelings and emotions.
# Words that describe facial expressions.
# Hundreds of words to describe intimacy.

'Thinking Like A Romance Writer' is the culmination of hundreds of hours of research and is a book destined to become a classic in the field of romance writing instruction.

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around; cupped; curled around; encircled; erection pressed hard against; exposed; fingers curled against; gripped; ground into; hands spanned; hands splayed on; held; hugged; kissed; knotted around; leg hooked over; legs bounced about on either side of; legs curled around; legs hugged; legs snug against; legs tight against; locked around; locked legs around; looped around; planted hands on; propped on; pulled down onto; pushed dress up past; pushed jeans down; put hand on; put hands on either

touched; tousled; unraveled; wet; wound. Descriptive Phrases He had brilliant blue eyes, short blonde hair, and a chiseled jaw that made her swoon. He reached out and tucked a strand of hair behind his ear. His shoulder-length hair spilled over his face. She raked her hand through his silky dark hair. She reached up to fix her windswept hair. She sighed and raked her hand through her hair. 2 Words and Phrases To Describe The Head Adjectives aching; arrogant;

premised; presented; presupposed; proclaimed; prodded; professed; proffered; promised; promulgated; proposed; protested; provoked; publicized; published; puled; purred; put forth; put in; put out; puzzled; quaked; quavered; queried; questioned; quipped; quivered; quizzed; quoted; raged; ranted; reasoned; reassured; recalled; reckoned; rejoiced; rejoined; related; released; remarked; remembered; reminded; remonstrated; repeated; replied; reported; reprimanded; requested; required; requisitioned;

the air; turned up; turned up at the tip; twitched; wrinkled. Verbs - Things That Can Be Done To A Nose admired; anchored on; attached to; blew; cut off; dangled under; kissed; latched onto; licked; pecked; picked; ran fingers along; replaced on; rubbed; took; traced; wiped. Descriptive Phrases He lightly kissed her perfectly formed nose. She licked the tip of his slightly prominent nose. She loved everything about his face; from his brown eyes to his roman nose. She raised

against; protruded; puckered; pursed; quivered; rested upon; shot from; slid across; slid over; smothered; spilled from; surrounded; teased; thrust; thrust forward; tingled; touched; trembled; turned down; wet; widened; worked over; zipped. Verbs - Things That Can Be Done To Lips bit; brought to; captured; circled; enraptured; focused on; found; held a finger to; knew; licked; liked; nibbled; nipped at; possessed; ran finger across; ran thumb over; settled upon; sipped; squeezed together;

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