Good writing - like a warm loaf of freshly baked bread - activates all your senses. Ears, eyes, nose, fingers, even your taste buds! These four concrete, specific examples will show you how to use senses and sensory details in your writing.
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Writing feedback can be both invaluable and crushing. It’s crucial to get feedback on your writing, but it’s equally important to make sure you approach the right reviewer, in the right way, at the right time, with the right questions.