Posted on 12/01/2018 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Looking for plot holes in your own work is probably very much like copy editing it.

While your close involvement with the writing makes errors incredibly tough to spot, eagle-eyed readers are sure to catch them (and hopefully be kind when they point them out).

Kristina Adams surveyed several of her fellow writers and also polled her editor friends to see how they found and fixed plot issues.

The whole list — and it’s a lengthy one — awaits your reading pleasure at The Writer’s Cookbook.

Categories: Behind the scenes

Tagged As: Writing advice

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