Do You Really Know How To Show, Don’t Tell?

Wonderful post about show don’t tell, and how to fix it.

Crime Fiction Writer Sue Coletta

Let me preface this post by saying, I found this generator that rates post titles. Which is why this title seems a bit cocky. It rated high and I’m using it as a test. For those of you who are new to my site and don’t know me, I assure you I do not think I’m better than anyone. This is only a test to see if higher rated titles really drive more traffic. Stay tuned for a post on this if it works. If it doesn’t…crickets.

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Yesterday marked my deadline for completing the pre-edits for Marred. “Pre-edits” seems like it would be an easy task. It wasn’t. Once the track edits begin in two weeks I’m not allowed to change anything other than what the editor points out. So I wanted to go through the manuscript…one…more…time…and improve it to the best of my ability. I went word-by-word, line-by-line, scene-by-scene…and checked scene structure, MRUs…

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4 responses to “Do You Really Know How To Show, Don’t Tell?

  1. That was some awesome advice, and how cool that she mentioned you and Lisa! 😀

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