Writer’s Hint: Theatricality and Drama

From Leonard Bishop, Author of Dare to Be a Great Writer

Theatricality is visual, unusual, and gets the reader’s attention.  Drama holds the reader in an emotional strata.  That’s what the readers are engaged in.  (10-13-94)

©by Leonard Bishop

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