I usually do a segment on writing tips on Wednesdays, and honestly, the topic I've picked for today deserves a lot more attention than the brevity the A-Z challenge suggests. So, this will be an appetizer to a longer post I'll do in May.
Please look at this chart of emotions:
Think about the books you've read or the movies you've seen that have evoked one of these emotions in you. Why can the death of a loved one in one book make you bawl your eyes out, while another leaves you dry-eyed? Could it have something to do with the author's personal experience?
Think of a time when you felt particularly loved, angry, embarrassed, surprised, or sad. Go through the whole range of senses to help with this: Your first kiss? What did it taste like? How did the other person's hands feel? What was the look on his/her face? Was their music in the background? Could you smell anything? Cologne, flowers, food, perfume, their minty breath? And why did all these things make you feel the way you felt about it?
Now, write about it... :)