Emotional Cheat Sheet

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This emotional cheat sheet is based on this wheel chart, but it’s longer, with no misspells or duplicates, and in an easier-to-read format.

A longer version is below (too large for a single cheat sheet), and I’m open to suggestions to fix it or expand it.

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Other posts:

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Believability is Overrated
walkedquickly
Verb, do you even lift?
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He thought; therefore, he was.

This blog is my channel to describe how I got from there to here, where I’m going, but most importantly, to get people to know me and buy my book when I publish it. Wait, did I say that out loud?

I’m actively looking for agents and publishers for my book. More info here.


Disclaimer: I’m not a writer, I have a hard time paying attention to detail, I overuse adverbs, I start a lot of sentences with ‘I’, and I often confuse words that are similar. More importantly, I reserve the right to change my mind at any time, in which case I’ll deny I ever wrote it. Please let me know if you find something that is too embarrassing. Luckily, I can always blame my mistakes on the fact that English is not my first language. Or hackers.

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