Hello! This is my first submission to the WAM Challenges forum, so please be gentle with me! One of my favorite parts of reading is being able to live and really experience the story through the emotions of the characters. As authors and writers, being able to convey emotion to the reader is irreplaceable. It's how we make the characters relatable and real even though they are nothing more than words on a piece of paper. You always hear it said that the best stories are the ones that move us and touch us deeply. This would be impossible without emotion. Therefore, I would like to challenge you to pick an emotion and write a scene or short story, whatever you prefer, and convey that emotion. Try to keep your focus on one emotion per post and really make your reader empathize. Don't just come out and say "he was angry". Instead, use more descriptive and in depth language. For example: He was angry. He felt the rage boil up inside him as the heat of his fury rose from his feet to his chest. Something like that. :) Do your best and have fun!