Show, don’t tell. The difference explained.

Show, don’t tell. Built-in past is called “exposition” and requires explanations so the reader can understand what is happening now. In its very nature, this is ‘telling’ rather than showing. Showing, on the other hand, makes use of evocative description.


What’s Style & How to use it

Style: the way a writer uses language aspects such as tone, prose, vocabulary, grammar, rhythm and syntax. Style is the way in which messages are worded. Each person thinks in his own personal way and speaks in his own personal way. Therefore, every writer will develop his own style of writing.