Escaping plot holes.

May 13, 2017 | By | Reply More

A plot hole is an absence in the narrative that spoils the story.

Usually plot holes are the absence of a ‘how’: a character suddenly knows something with no explanation, or the cast makes a seemingly impossible journey between chapters.

Here’s a selection of best practice when it comes to escaping these deadly pits of writing despair.

Escaping plot holes.

Escaping plot holes.

Category: Writer's Dojo

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I have been working as a full-time author publishing fantasy and science fiction novels for HarperCollins for the last seven years.

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