Either you are writing fiction or nonfiction, your readers’ emotions affect the way your creations are received. As you may know, language is an efficient tool to arouse people’s emotions, and thoughtful use of it will let you have better control over this. In the case of fiction, emotions are evidently important, since there usually is a plot and characters designed to create identification or repulsion to the reader. Emotions are also the main point of fiction. On the other hand, nonfiction is usually more formal, therefore almost devoid of emotions. However, the smart use of language will elicit the correct ones in a very subtle way, making the reader eager to continue reading.