If you’ve been following along with Joan Hall’s Story Empire posts on using the five senses in writing (and even if you haven’t), you’ll want to check out today’s post, for sure. She’s covered the standard senses of sight, smell, etc, and is now talking about what’s known as the Sixth Sense. Call it what you will, it’s intriguing to consider ways to use this one in your books, too. Head on over to see for yourself, and please pass the post along as well, so that others can enjoy this idea. Thanks, and thanks to Joan for another great post! 🙂
Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you today. Over the past few weeks, I’ve written a series of posts about using the five senses in writing. If you missed any of them, you can read by clicking on the following links:
Today, I’m going to talk about what many refer to as a sixth sense. I swear my mother had it. I became aware of her “gift” when I began junior high school. How else could she have known my boyfriend and I kissed on the school bus? Oh well, that’s a different story.
Seriously, we’ve heard the sixth sense called many things—a gut feeling, instinct, premonition, ESP, clairvoyance.
Whatever your thoughts on the subject, I believe, to a degree, we all have a sixth sense. Some of us are more in tune or aware. Have you ever been driving to work and suddenly have an…
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Sixth sense is vital in the work of an author too and with normal social channels in shut down I’m certainly aware of it far more in my life ~ are you?
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