The Emotion Thesaurus Sample Entries Are Moving!

Hi Everyone! I just wanted to stave off any panic in case you notice the Emotion Thesaurus Sample Entries are missing from the sidebar. It's okay--they are safe and sound, just moved to their own page. From now on, all posts and entries to do with The ET will be here: EMOTION THESAURUS.

The reason for this is simple...the sidebar is getting crowded, and we need to free up some room for NEW Descriptive Thesaurus Collections as we roll them out. So, from now on, please visit THE EMOTION THESAURUS page and scroll down to find all your favorite entries :)

Thanks!

Angela & Becca

OH! And today you can find me over at the QQQE blogging about Zombies. SERIOUS discussions going on over there folks, so hop on by!

17 comments:

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Of course, if you buy the awesome thesaurus, then you won't need to check out the page. And why would anyone NOT want the thesaurus. I have the hardcopy and LOVE it!!!! I don't know how I lived without it. :)

The Golden Eagle said...

Thanks for the heads up! Handy to have everything on one page. :)

Patti said...

I'm with Stina. So glad I have a hard copy because I get my best writing done without the internet. It's such a great reference.

Jemi Fraser said...

They def deserve their own page! :)

Riv Re said...

I really need to spam everyone I know with a link to this book, and mentioning how my birthday is coming up. (It's not.)

Angela Ackerman said...

You guys are the best!!! I luv you all!

Bonnee Crawford said...

Yay for more descriptive collections :D

Shelley Munro said...

Well that's a relief! I love them and use the descriptions all the time. Thank you :)

Francene Stanley said...

Great. Thanks for the information. I wouldn't want to lose the online list.

Traci Kenworth said...

Clear away and we'll get ready for the next great entries!!

John Caliburn said...

I love your thesaurus!

I refer to it all the time when I'm writing my novel.

I even wrote a blog post about it to try to teach aspiring writers how to show emotions in their characters.

How to show Emotions in your Characters

Joy said...

This has got to be one of THE BEST blogs for writers!! Why has it taken me this long to discover it?!??

Soooo impressed, I ordered the Emotion Thesaurus (can't have enough books!), arrived this weekend and I have been using it practically non-stop :D

Thank you lots and lots for the blog and the book!! Me happy :D

Angela Ackerman said...

@ Francene Yes we didn't want to have to take them all down either when we released the book, so we found a way to keep some content up as an example so people know what we cover in the book (only much more in depth and better organized).

Thanks Traci, Bonnee & Shelley!

John, I just stopped in. Showing is so much better than telling, isn't it?

Joy, so glad you found us, and it's great to hear how useful the book is to you. We hope it continues to be a helpful writing partner to you on all your writing projects!

Bish Denham said...

Makes perfect sense to me. I now have the Thesaurus in my Kindle... but I still want a hard copy too!

Michael Offutt, Tebow Cult Initiate said...

Zombies are so in right now. It's like riding a wave of undead goodness.

Talli Roland said...

Thanks for the heads-up! And YAY for zombies.

Tamara Eaton said...

I'm visiting on 10/24 and the link to the emotion thesaurus page doesn't work.

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