All the greatest writers abide by the same maxim, “show, don’t tell.” To tell is to explicitly tell the reader how a character feels. To show however is to describe the action that indicates anger.
Telling a woman you’re into her is no different. Instead of flat out informing her of your feelings, show her: touch her in a caring manner, compliment her, slyly sneak a poem into her purse. There are plenty of ways … Keep Reading