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Well-organized and arranged for quick reference, The Romance Writers' Phrasebook is divided into easy to search categories such as "Physical Description," "Body Movements," "Facial Expressions," "Emotion," and "Colors." Because it was originally published in 1984, many of the descriptive phrases have long since become cliché and exact usage should be avoided. The phrasebook is most useful as a source of inspiration and ideas for helping writers develop their own descriptive style.
What a great reference book. Saves a lot of time and mental searching.Published 2 months ago by Milton Grasle
This short and simple book is deceptively powerful. It's not so much the phrases demonstrated in this book that give it its power, but rather the core structures it presents that a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael B Brock
I had seen this book in the Orlando library and was elated to find it with you..love itPublished 2 months ago by Nicole Castle
A bit dated but it's exactly what a writers looks for. Sometimes you just need to see a few words to get inspired/figure out what you are trying to say.Published 5 months ago by The Masked Reviewer
Being a romance writer, this book is a great resource to have nearby.Published 10 months ago by Paula Michelle Mowery
LOVE this book, it has categories and is broken down. So, when searching for that particular word to describe an ear, you can find it and then some. Well laid out. Read morePublished 11 months ago by BOOK CZAR
I have read hundreds more phrases while reading romance than this book covers. Didn't seem like the most important ones--especially pertaining to romance--were there.Published 17 months ago by Melinda Santa Cruz