It’s In The Details

Details are important in novel writing. Readers catch mistakes. I liked the perspective and helpful hints this article provides.

My husband and I sometimes like to watch movies that include story note pop-ups. We enjoy that there are some interesting and little known facts to be learned that enrich our watching experience. Last night during an action adventure movie, a subtitle appeared that announced the current location of the characters. They’d traveled to a new city in a few hours.

The story note pop-up shared that the characters would have had to drive for 16 hours straight at 120 miles an hour to arrive there within the plot timeline. Oops.  “My wonderful editor would never let me get away with that,” I told my hubby. Learn more.

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