In my writing I noticed that I do this alot and it's intentional 100% but let me know if this would irritate you. In my writing I often set up acts to happen but don't write them happening first hand. Instead I usually write the aftermath of the act from another perspective. For instance in my latest chapter of my series, I set up a gentlemen's club to be shot up and burned down by mobsters as a declaration of war. The plan is laid out and everyone is set to go as soon as the leader makes his way up some stairs. So what happens is I switch POV to another character who's there at the club and I let the rest of the scene play out from his perspective in the VIP room, never once mentioning the other characters involved but rather what's happening to him as the place gets shot up, and then he comes out to everyone in the club dead. I wanted no description of how it was done by the mobsters because I want the reader to imagine the mass shooting in their head. Is this bad?