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* [http://www.writingforward.com/writing-prompts/creative-writing-prompts/emotionally-charged-creative-writing-prompts Emotionally Charged Creative Writing Prompts] - ''Posted by Melissa Donovan on August 14, 2007''
 
* [http://www.writingforward.com/writing-prompts/creative-writing-prompts/emotionally-charged-creative-writing-prompts Emotionally Charged Creative Writing Prompts] - ''Posted by Melissa Donovan on August 14, 2007''
 
* [http://writetodone.com/2012/04/27/6-ways-to-hack-into-your-emotions-and-become-infinitely-more-creative/ 6 Ways To Hack Into Your Emotions And Become Infinitely More Creative] - ''A guest post by Ollin Morales of [http://ollinmorales.wordpress.com/about/ Courage 2 Create]''
 
* [http://writetodone.com/2012/04/27/6-ways-to-hack-into-your-emotions-and-become-infinitely-more-creative/ 6 Ways To Hack Into Your Emotions And Become Infinitely More Creative] - ''A guest post by Ollin Morales of [http://ollinmorales.wordpress.com/about/ Courage 2 Create]''
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* [http://www.copyblogger.com/start-with-a-story/ How to Weave a Story that Instantly Captivates Your Audience] - Sean D'Souza

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