Writing Challenge 7: Describe a non-visual/aural sensation #DWC7

A screen can only show you how something looks and how it sounds. Books can give you smells, tastes and more. Today’s challenge is to describe a sensation you can’t get from a screen.

Post your attempt in the comments below, or on any of the following websites:

—youtube.com/writetojackheath
—twitter.com/digitalwir
—facebook.com/jackheathwriter
—wattpad.com/story/22288019
—jackheath.tumblr.com
—reddit.com/unwrittencast
—writersinresidence.wordpress.com

What’s all this about? In short, Jack Heath is the Digital Writer In Residence for Writing Australia. More info at http://youtu.be/MOJc95zbQSg?list=PLy7d7Og0PTj_Ms6lIbNA5y7elNvHJhrsG

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4 thoughts on “Writing Challenge 7: Describe a non-visual/aural sensation #DWC7

  1. jvpoore

    Having never lived with a musician before, I happily imagined multiple scenarios in which this would be a very groovy thing. I did not expect the bonus of learning that the toilet flushes in E flat or that the incessant buzz of a dial tone is actually a handy way to tune your guitar, because it is an A.

  2. jvpoore

    Eyes closed, face completely relaxed, with long, drawn-out exhalations; she gently ran her fingers over the small cedar box as if memorizing its every corner, before lifting it first to her nose and inhaling deeply, then touching the tiny rectangle with the tip of her cotton-candy pink tongue. #DWC7

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