On Writing & Publishing by Robin D. Owens

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

I see, I hear you, That's Touching

You can use "I see," or "I hear you," and "That's touching," to show what kind of learner your character is, how s/he processes information. Those who say "I see," often are, of course, visual. "I hear you," means they LISTEN. "Touching" is kinesethetic. Maybe someone says "That stinks." Are they more aware of odor than most of your other characters?

Enjoy whatever you sense today.


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