Great Galloping Verbs!
I have been lost in my own world working on my epic novel, The Pirate’s Daughter And A King’s Ransom. Through this I came across a nice little resource I want to share with you. It is a list of strong verbs.
As writers, we know that the right word placed in the right place can really add impact to a scene. Do it well and your got something memorable that will stay with your readers even after the book is closed.
To explain more, go to Writer’s Write at
bash blast blush bolt bounce
charge chase chatter chuckle coax collide conceal construct
dash demolish despise devour disappear dodge drain dread
ease eject emerge engulf examine
faint flatter flip fling focus frolic frown
groan growl gulp gallop glance glare gloat glow gobble goof grip
haul honk howl humiliate hunt
lash leap limp
peer pelt perch pester pitch pluck prance purr
rage recuperate report retrieve reveal rush
sabotage scatter scrape screech scurry shiver shove shriek shudder skip slither smirk sniff snoop snooze snore snuggle sob spray sprint squeeze squint stagger stumble
tease trip trot tumble tweet twist
wander whimper whistle wiggle wobble
Until Thursday, WRITE ON!
~ K. L. Parry