As you work your way through NaNoWriMo and your novel, memoir, or whatever writing you choose during the November writing sprint, unleash your inner descriptive voice and make your sentences more interesting by adding more descriptors. Look for words or phrases that paint a picture.
The ball hit the window.
The black and white soccer ball Bob kicked with all his might hit the Peterson’s large front picture window with a dull thud.
Close your eyes and picture the scene. Pay attention to all your senses. Can you hear the sound Bob might make as he kicked the ball? Can you hear the thud of the window rebounding from the collision? Can you see Bob? Is he dripping with sweat or have glowing red cheeks from the exertion?
Let your imagination become a paint brush with strokes that put us in the middle of the action, feeling everything you do in the moment.
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