I've been seeing this a lot lately in Author groups and amongst the #writingcommunity on Twitter. It's something I hadn't given a lot of thought to, and maybe that's because I presumed I had it down. The idea, of course, is that instead of 'telling' in the narrative how, for example, a character is feeling, convey it or 'show' it through their actions, their dialogue, their body language, etc. I think that sometimes, narrative exposition is a good way to summarize important but incidental information so as to keep the story moving, but it's definitely the case that a reader engages more with characters experiencing things and interacting with others. Anyone else got any thoughts on this? It's a much larger topic than I've hinted at here.