Episode 4 - The zest of the orange the icy tingle of the stream in winter

February 22, 2014 00:08:04
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 4 - The zest of the orange the icy tingle of the stream in winter
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In this episode I will explain how you can use sensory language to show rather than tell your story

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