7 Ways to Master “Show, Don’t Tell”

7 Ways to Master Show, Don_t Tell“Show, Don’t Tell” is probably the most often-repeated writing advice in the world.

It means that you shouldn’t dump a load of information in the middle of the page, because it will stop your story dead.

But it’s easy to fix that problem, if you know how.

Here are seven different ways that you can unobtrusively slip information (also known as exposition) into your story without raising any red flags.

Master these ninja exposition tricks, and you’ll never struggle with “Show, Don’t Tell” again.

 

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