35. How To Fix A Plot Hole

Following last week's podcast about Fearing Plot Holes, let's talk about some practical tips for what to do if you or a beta reader find a flaw in your story. You might be relieved to know that a plot hole is never as much work to fix as you think it will be – and there are ways to minimize the risk of writing one.


In this lesson, we'll cover:

  • Two things you can do if you find a flaw in your story.

  • How to work a "fix" into your manuscript.

  • Tips to help you avoid writing plot holes in the first place.


Listen to the episode here, and join the community at blockbusterYA.com/forum to connect with other YA writers and find beta readers.

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