How to Conquer The Beast Called Exposition

Exposition.

It’s a beast. And I never have a problem with it as a writer until I’m writing middle grade fiction.

This podcast we’re going to explain what exactly an agent or editor or writing coach or a teacher means when they look disdainfully down their noses at you and say, “You have too much exposition!”

Anne Hawley writes for The…

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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Carrie Jones

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Internationally & New York Times bestselling author. Writing tips. Almost daily animal thoughts. Podcasts. Poems. www.carriejonesbooks.blog

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