Category Archives: Revision

PLOT HOLES AND POTHOLES: 8 COMMON MISTAKES READERS HATE—AND HOW TO FIX THEM

How to deal with the mistakes and mishaps you missed while you were writing your masterpiece.

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https://annerallen.com/2018/02/plot-holes-and-pot-holes-8-common-mistakes/

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3 Things I Love Lucy Can Teach You About Writing Tics

Identifying and dealing with those pesky little things you do as a writer that can annoy your readers.

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https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/what-i-love-lucy-can-teach-you-about/#

Keep it Simple: Keys to Realistic Dialogue (Part I)

Cris Freese shares with us (via Writer’s Digest) some rules for keeping dialogue simple and realistic. It may not meet all the rules of grammar, but it does accurately reflect the things that people actually say.

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https://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/there-are-no-rules/keep-it-simple-keys-to-realistic-dialogue-part-i

How to outline a book without killing the fun of writing it.

Too often when talking about outlining a writer will complain, “but then I’ll know how it ends and lose interest.” Here are some tips on how to keep the interest and the fun in it from Roz Morris.

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https://nailyournovel.wordpress.com/2018/10/14/how-to-outline-a-book-without-killing-the-fun-of-writing-it/