Hi guys and thanks for taking the time to look at this. This is something I've been trying to get around since I started dabbling in science fiction writing. I haven't read a ton of sci-fi but, what I have read brought me to notice the ridiculously high amounts of information they give. One particular book I read for example explained the method for faster than light humanity was using. It went on and on for several pages just talking about this one thing. Massive information dump before continuing the story. It continued to do this several times and eventually I got tired then just stopped reading. I understand there is a need to explain some things rather than show them but, sci-fi seems to go overboard. This of course includes myself and my own writing. I don't want my readers to get bored with ginormous info dumps. Does anyone know a good way to give the required information without just loading it on for pages at a time? Should I just break it up into little sections?