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Writing Tip: How to Know When You’re Showing, Not Telling

Here are a few ‘tells.’ (See what I did there?)

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I chose the above picture for this post, because it’s so easy to illustrate the difference between showing and telling with it.

He was kissing her.

See that? I’m telling you — they were kissing. It’s already happened. It’s easy to tell…

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Shaunta Grimes

Shaunta Grimes

Learn. Write. Repeat. Visit me at ninjawriters.org. Reach me at shauntagrimes@gmail.com. (My posts may contain affiliate links!)

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