On Writing

“Show, Not Tell” Your Story

I offer this blog to my fellow writers.  If you have heard the phrase,         “Show Not Tell” your story, then you are on the right track.  This phrase suggests writers create scenes that allow readers to visualize what is occurring in the story.  Describe to the reader in detail the room, the colors, the smells, the weather, the emotions of the people involved, etc.

Showing vs. Telling Sentences  Article.

When Pam and I were working to improve my manuscript, she was my editor, enhancing scenes was a priority so the reader felt like they were a fly on the wall watching the story unfolded.  3 Ways to Show, Not Tell Your Story

Therese will be selling her memoir/nonfiction book, Watching Their Dance: Three Sisters, a Genetic Disease and Marrying into a Family At Risk for Huntington’s, at HDSA San Francisco Team Hope Walk on October 13.  The book is available on her author website  http://www.theresecrutchermarin.com   & on Amazon, B&N, & in Kindle, Kobo, Nook, iBooks format. 100% of the profit from the book is donated to HDSA. 

Therese and John donated $9,015.00 to Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) which was the profit from her book since she published in April 2017.

#LetsTalkAboutHD              #WeCanNeverLoseHope 

#HDAwarenessMonth        #WatchingTheirDance

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