Emotional Moments 5of7 #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

What follows is the fifth part of a list of what I feel are the common emotional tones, with examples. (For part 1 please click this link.)

(Note: Many examples may represent spoilers if you have not read/seen the story, though I will do my best to refrain from being too specific.)

This section focuses on what I call Neutral Passive emotional moments (emotions that could be positive or negative, but usually lead to inaction):

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Positive & Negative Language to Reveal Character 207-06

When a character speaks, regardless of the topic, they’re also revealing things about themselves, their unique perspective on the topic at hand. When a character chooses to speak (or whether they choose to speak) implies what is important to them, just as how they respond demonstrates their mood and general opinion on the topic, and their opinion of those around them.

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