Writing With All Your Senses

Conference Workshop

Information is the point of non-fiction. Fiction writers make their readers feel the tension in the caress of fingers, smell the scent of sweat on bare skin, taste the copper of blood on one's tongue. Sam Sykes gives a lesson on how to establish focus, tone, motivation and, most importantly, mood, through an examination of how to write with all the senses, when to use a lot, when to use a little, and when to use just a whiff of perfume.