I’ve written the Ebook of show-don’t-tell flash fiction stories and a show-don’t-tell novella that is a must read for anyone who takes the writing of flash fiction seriously. This Ebook helped to get me a $60,000 fellowship that paid for my MFA in fiction writing at the University of Pittsburgh in 2006.
So everything you want to know about show-don’t-tell and how it works is in the Ebook. The book reads like a novel with inter-locking stories about love and death in Vietnam and Pittsburgh.
Follow Scott Delaney, my alter ego, from the moment his helicopter is shot down in Vietnam until after 9/11 as he searches for love and meaning in the post-modern world.
Download your copy now. Just click on the My Ebook for Serious Writers tab at the top of the page.
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- How to Use Description in The Short Story (writinghood.com)
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