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| | Posted 21st August 2011 at 10:54 PM by Teresa Edgerton
(Epistles from a Goblin Princess)
You canít fix plot holes by patching them; you do so by weaving loose threads back in. A plot hole occurs when there is something you havenít thought out sufficiently, usually something much earlier in the story. Patching on new characters or situations to fix it rarely works, as the hole in the fabric of the story is still there under the patch, and discerning readers will detect it despite your best efforts at disguise.
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