One Stop for Writers – Something New from the Authors of the Emotion Thesaurus

We all know just how much sweat, courage and persistence it takes to write a book and then release it into the world.

Writing is tough, isn’t it?

I mean, who says I can’t use the word “sad” fifteen times on the same page?

My character is SAD Dangit!


I don’t think there are too many authors out there these days that have not heard of the Emotion Thesaurus.

Mine always sits snug at my side while I’m editing.  That’s why I’m kinda excited about One Stop For Writers.

This site, coming to you from Becca Puglisi and Angela Ackerman, authors of The Emotion Thesaurus, and Lee Powell, creator of Scrivener for Windows is being touted as a “powerhouse online library is filled with one-of-a-kind descriptive thesaurus collections, tools, tutorials and much more, all geared to provide the resources you need to strengthen your prose and write more efficiently.”

Normally I wouldn’t give something like this a blink, but I’ve learned to trust Becca and Angela. Because woe to anyone who tries to steal my Emotion Thesaurus.

So that’s why I’m helping to spread the news on this new site. If you are a writer, hop on over and give it a look. You might be glad you did.

Writers Helping Writers is hosting the Launch Week festivities (October 7-14th)! If you know Angela, Lee and Becca already, you probably can guess there will be some great prizes, and probably a bit of paying-it-forward too.

Have fun and good luck!

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5 responses to “One Stop for Writers – Something New from the Authors of the Emotion Thesaurus

  1. LOVE Emotion Thesaurus and all the other thesauruses they have out. Love Becca and Angela. They are the bomb. I’m really excited about this site, too. And I’m with you. Don’t let anyone take my emotion thesaurus. I might have to dismember them

  2. angelaackerman1

    Thank you so much for the post, Jennifer–you are so terrific! 🙂

  3. This is awesome! Just in time for my Nano prep! Thanks for sharing, Jennifer.

  4. Okay, I’m jumping on over…