That sounds kind of silly, doesn't it? Framing a shirt.
But, people comment on how gorgeous the Tiger picture is. They choose it over the other pictures and paintings in our living room. I always laugh because I know it's a shirt. When I tell them, they never believe me.
If Mom had just worn the shirt, people would've probably thought it was nice, but they wouldn't be stunned by it. And, from this scenario, I've learned a valuable lesson.
What you show and don't show counts. Where you draw the readers attention counts.
Framing your story incorrectly can make an excellent idea boring just as framing a mediocre idea well can make it a huge success.
Do you struggle with framing your story?