SA314 Why Is Exposition Bad?

Exposition isn’t always bad, but you can tell a better story with less of it. Exposition is when you, the author, tell your reader what’s happening in a scene rather than letting your characters’ words and actions tell the story. It bogs things down. Today, Johnny talks about how to show your story instead of telling it, and how to get rid of exposition overload.

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