Evocative storytelling depends on the proper composition of words and their placement within a sentence. Each word owns an exclusive configuration, a unique makeup, which stirs our senses: weight, temperature, texture, and even taste; when spoken and written.

Be it nouns, adjectives, verbs, and so forth, singular or coupled in use, each category is applicable: displaying precise movements, invoking an atmosphere from imagery or dialogue, stringing words within a sentence and the use of punctuation will guide your reader toward what you want them to see and feel.

Now, the complexities of  word doesn’t automatically make it evocative compared to another. What I mean by this is simple, don’t oversaturate a passage or sentence with strong or excess words. This will inevitably interfere  with the rhythm and cadence of an instance. Proper placement and pacing is required.

In the next segment, I’ll go in-depth with what was introduced in this article. Providing examples and going further in describing the configuration of common to advance words.

Until then,

J.D.

Author and Novelist; an eternal seeker of self.

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