Write a story (set in your novel’s world) that makes sensation a priority. Use all five senses.
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And now I offer you…
“Splendiferous Superlative Sublime
“Pan-fried catfish, broccoli, garlic-mashed potatoes; shrimp scampi with angelhair pasta. Key lime cheesecake, with mini M&M’s for snacking. Sit down.”
“Where did you find a burgundy and pink orchid?”
“Matisse Nursery, back home. Short-sheeted the couch with silk sheets, too.”
“Aren’t you eating?”
“First, music. Violin and flute.”
“’The Honeyeater, the Hummingbird, and the Kingfisher’ – why?”
“It’s your Splendiferous Superlative Sublime Sensory Spectacular.”
“You and your alliteration. Why?”
“Operation Opiate. Forget your troubles in sensation, big brother. Boom!”
“And onomatopoeia, too? You’re pulling out all the stops, Lizzie.”
“Is it working?”
“There’s a reason I’m the engineer.”
Will Lizzie’s tactic work?
Can Trip enjoy her gestures?
Is this his last supper as a free man?
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