Hello, everyone! I’m Miss Genevieve, an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. Today, I’ll be sharing some tips on how to avoid plot holes in your story.
First off, let me explain what a plot hole is. A plot hole is created when there are missing details in your story. An event happens abruptly, and your reader is left with the impression that something is missing.
Fixing plot holes matters because they affect your readers’ experience and enjoyment of your story. Since your reader relies on the details that you provide to immerse themselves in your story, it’s important that you select the right details to include. Let’s get to it!
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Thank you for watching this video. Hopefully you now know how to avoid plot holes in your story, and have a better idea of how to write an engaging story, especially one that flows smoothly and logically. For more English and writing tips, be sure to check out our YouTube channel. Bye!
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