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Thursday, January 1

Show vs. Tell

One of the most frustrating "rules" in writing has got to be show, don't tell. Told prose can feel explained and flat, while shown prose pulls the reader into the story. Here are some articles that explain how to find told prose and what to do to fix it in your own work.

A sampling of articles on show vs. tell



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1 comment:

  1. I am sometimes have a problem with show and tell for the characters like the scene or the feelings.

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