Show, Don’t Tell Your Reader: Master How to Show Not Tell in Writing

TweetSharePin4Share4 SharesThe “show, don’t tell” concept is credited to Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, who once said, “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” However, it was Ernest Hemingway, one of the best writers of his generation, who helped popularize this seemingly elusive technique. Drawing from his journalist … Continue reading Show, Don’t Tell Your Reader: Master How to Show Not Tell in Writing