Amazon.com: The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's...
More seasoned writers probably don't need it, but newbies such as myself might find it very useful.
Basically it's a list of many different emotions, and for each one it'll list a bunch of ways to bring it to life in print. For each emotion, it lists physical signals, internal sensations, mental responses, cues of acute or long term feeling or suppression. Pretty cool
For example Elation. Smile or grin that cannot be contained, falling to ones knees, jumping up and down, a beaming face are just a few of the physical signals.
Internal sensations include warmth radiating throughout the body, racing heartbeat, rejuvenated.
Mental Responses: thoughts scatter, too excited to think straight. Wanting to be surrounded by family and friends. Feeling vindicated for the effort, sacrifice or hard work.
Tears streaming down the face, trembling muscles
Quivering with the effort of controlling oneself (suppressing internal elation).
This will not replace a real thesaurus, but looks very useful for newbie writers like me.