Mysteries, thrillls and chills . . . one story at a time.
New writers, and some experienced ones as well, often neglect the senses in our writing or we forget to write with senses other than sight. Touch is often neglected in fiction but in reality, it stands next to the sense of smell as being the most primal. So, if you want to increase the emotional impact of your story, consider adding a sensual touch.
For this exercise, I wanted to see how many words and in how many ways I could describe the texture of anxiety.
Prickly, rough, like sandpaper against bare skin.
Viscous – internal friction (I love this!)
What words/phrases did you think of?