Author: Laura DiSilverio

Perk Up Your Story with Onomatopoeia

Many writers describe a sound, rather than reproducing it. That puts a layer of distance between the reader and the sound. The reader doesn’t experience it; she is told about it. That’s why you should incorporate onomatopoeia, one of those literary devices you probably learned about in middle school, into your writing.

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