Show, Not Tell!

We are learning how to improve our writing by using show, not tell.
Today we have been learning how to improve our writing using show, not tell. When we tell how something happens in the story it's usually boring and hard for the reader to picture what's happening.

For example:

Marin was excited he made the shot

Can be show:
Marin was dabbing in joy because he made a half court shot! He was running everywhere, like a kid on Christmas Day.

- Zeke

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