Teagan encourages us to give her a taste of our writing today. An appropriate sentence was on the tip of my tongue but the idea got swallowed up somehow …
Hearing, Sight, Smell, Taste, Touch
Welcome back to my mini-series on the five senses. Last weekend’s post was about the sense of smell, and I was glad everyone came out to sniff around! (Okay… I’ll try to control myself with the play on words.) Now for the next-to-last installment of this series — Taste.
Think about the many different ways the sense of taste could be used to enhance your writing. It doesn’t have to be the taste of food or drink. Consider other ways that taste could come into play. I had a friend with no sense of smell. She said she could taste the air when it carried a strong odor. Concentrating on that, I found she was right! My point is that taste need not be limited to foods.
For my example of taste I’m using one of the “interactive” serials I’ve provided here at this blog. Click…
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That’s a great play on words, Judith. Many thanks for reblogging this post, and for coming out to play over at my place. The series concludes next weekend with “Touch.” Mega hugs!
Ah… touch. Could do a lot with touch, Teagan. Love these posts. Jx
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That pleases me to no end. 🙂