One of the main jobs of any writer is to evoke emotion from their readers. You want them to laugh, to cry. To gasp in suprise, to moan in frustration, to bite their nails. And at the very end, you want them to sigh over a story well told.

 One of the best ways to accomplish this is to *show* a story instead of *tell* a story. In this week's Two Minute Tips for Aspiring Writers, I give you examples of how to do this.

Do you have a writing question? You can leave it here on my blog, or on my Facebook page, my Pinterest page, my YouTube channel or on Goodreads. Then two weeks from today, I'll choose one and answer it in my next edition of *Two Minute Tips for Aspiring Writers.* See you then!