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Mining For Character Emotions
Posted on February 8, 2012 by writersinthestorm
By Sharla Rae Let’s face it, mining for the best expression of emotions whether it’s body language, gut reactions, internalization or dialogue can be like panning for gold. A lot of useless grit is sloshed around before you hit pay … Continue reading →
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