Episode 5 - The power of suggestion

March 08, 2014 00:15:27
Episode 5 - The power of suggestion
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Episode 5 - The power of suggestion
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In this episode we look at another dimension of showing not telling, and that's the potential for hinting, suggesting or implying something rather than telling the reader outright. One of the most powerful tools we have as creative writers is derived from the fact that a hint or suggestion, well understood, will always have more power than something said explicitly.

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