Why (and how) You Should “Show” Instead of “Tell” in Your Writing

Here’s the deal: readers do not want writers to tell us how they feel or what a scene looks like. Readers want writers to show us how they feel and what the scene looks like. Lately, I’ve received many review requests from writers that tell more than they show, so I’d like to take this time to explain the difference. Continue reading “Why (and how) You Should “Show” Instead of “Tell” in Your Writing”