Here is a cheat sheet to help you add sensory details involving the most overlooked senses, namely taste and smell.
I haven’t offered a free resource in a little while. so here is my latest offering. Often writers forget to incorporate all five senses, make sure you include taste and smell, in addition to what your characters touch and see.
Here is a cheat sheet to help you add sensory details involving the most overlooked senses.
Words for Tastes & Aromas
Words for Tastes & Aromas PDF
Here is a downloadable PDF for personal use: Tastes & Aromas
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