So I love a well-researched story. If I’m well versed in the topic, I get excited because the author is clearly as big of a nerd as I am, and if I’m not, I’m learning something new. (This is not to say fiction is the best way to learn about a topic, because, as much as I love it, I acknowledge liberties have been taken and things have been embellished.) So, how do you write a well-researched story? Honestly, it’s a lot harder than it looks. The Research Rabbit Hole Research can be a great way to avoid your writing. If you’re like me at all, you could decide you’re…
"Hi Lizard. What do you do about plot holes? I see a big plot hole in my work in progress right now, but I don’t know how to fix it. Should I just go with it or do you have any advice on mending the hole?"