Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 54: Story Events That Don’t Move the Plot – Helping Writers Become Authors

Making sure every word of every scene in your book has an important job to do is key. Delete anything that does not do something to advance your plot.

Once you understand what to look for, you can find and fix even the most extraneous of story events before they derail your book’s narrative.

Source: Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 54: Story Events That Don’t Move the Plot – Helping Writers Become Authors

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