The Occupation Thesaurus

Today’s post is geared toward writers, but I think readers might be curious how we come up with careers for our characters.

The creators of The Emotion Thesaurus have now created The Occupation Thesaurus. Becca Puglisi and Angela Ackerman are the hard-working authors of this series of books.

Finding the right career can show the reader your character’s beliefs, longings, and what concerns them. For instance, Andi Grace Scott is a caretaker. In A Low Country Dog Walker Mystery series, you’ll discover how she takes care of family, friends, and dogs.

The Occupation Thesaurus will help authors choose the best profession for their protagonist and the secondary characters. There are over one-hundred-twenty entries, and this book is as amazing as the others they’ve published. I received an ARC, but I’ll buy the paperback to have in my library.

It releases on July 17, so keep your eyes open my friends!

3 thoughts on “The Occupation Thesaurus”

  1. Thank you so much for being our arc reader, Jackie! I am so glad this book will help you moving forward. Jobs are a lot more important than we might first think, and there are endless ways to freshen a character and storyline by making more use of a career. 🙂

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