Monday Spotlight: Sarah Grimm

The Five Senses – Part 1

Like you, I am a romance reader and as such I want to ‘become’ a character, to experience what the heroine experiences, and in effect be present inside the book instead of just read it. I want to live the story.

But unlike some of you, I am also a romance writer, and as a writer my goal is to draw the reader in the way I long to be drawn into a story. Writers often hear one of the best ways to accomplish this is through the use of the five senses. Have you ever considered just how big a role our senses play in our daily life? Not sure?

Let’s begin by looking at just what the five senses are:

• Sight
• Hearing/Sound
• Smell
• Taste
• Touch


Sight is our greatest sense. After all, we are very visual creatures. When writing I try to remember this and paint a picture for the reader – a picture that pulls them into the story. But this is also a balancing act. I don’t want to bog the reader down with too many details, just feed them enough so that a picture forms in their mind.

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Whoops. The PG sensor made me stop there. But you get the picture…right?

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  1. Nicely put! I know as a writer and a reader that having those five senses in a story can make it go from normal and nicely written, to intense as if you are in the scene.

    Great blog!

  2. Thanks, Christine!

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