Emotional Journey

31st August 2015 - By 

The ’emotional journey’ can be used by a writer to structure a story and emphasise the language used at different stages. It can also be useful for planning the style of illustrations to accompany the text.

This is often best done after the first drafts, particularly for longer stories. It forms an important part of the editing stages.

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