37. How To Write Amazing Prose By “Showing, Not Telling”

“Show, don’t tell” is one of the most common pieces of writing advice. This means that instead of describing what’s happening to the reader, you’re immersing them in it. You’re showing them the scene by picking meaningful details to describe. Mastering this can take your writing style from "good" to "great", and it'll really make you stand out to agents, editors, and readers.


In this episode, we'll talk about six ways to show your story rather than tell it.


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