Words that Enhance Writing

When writing anything, one of the best ways to grab and keep a reader’s attention is to
use sensory details. Sensory details are words that stir any of the five senses: touch,
taste, sound, smell, and sight. For example, rather than saying “She drank the
lemonade,” say: “She felt her tongue tingle as she sipped the frosty glass of tart, sugary
lemonade.”

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