Interesting Links

A confirmed web surfer, I am always on the hunt for things that may help me improve my writing.  Here are a few things which caught my attention over the last week:

  • “The Emotion Thesaurus” by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi is an interesting dive into what are the giveaways when people express emotions. Designed for the writer to be factually correct when he/she captures the moods of their characters, and writes about their body language and mannerisms, this book is truly one of its kind. A must for the book shelf of every serious writer.

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The Boston bombs : Truth & Fiction

A bomb blast at a famous sporting event.  The Boston Marathon. Kills 3 people and leaves over 180 injured. The first major attack of this type in the US since 9/11.

A key suspect , many on Twitter have it, is a young man who has been missing since March 16, over a month ago. His name is Sunil Tripathi.

A dead of night shoot out in an University town leaves a police office gunned down. One of the two perpetrators is killed in this gun battle.

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