Show Notes for Episode 03: Debugging a Plot
Alone in a Room with Invisible People is a podcast focusing on topics related to writing, revising and publishing fiction.
In this episode, Host/writer Rebecca Galardo discusses the topic of Debugging a Plot with Author/Teacher Holly Lisle, covering an easy definition of plot, problems that can arise when one goes awry, good plots, and directions to look for when trying to figure out how to fix what breaks.
The take a look at the following:
- How an antagonist is not always a villain
- Limitations and why they’re important
- How to start debugging
- Why Reading like a Reader is important for a Writer
- Why it’s bad when you get caught up in ‘Writer over Reader’
- Why not to write to trends
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Mentioned in the Podcast
Our Website: https://www.aiarwip.com/ https://www.alonewithinvisiblepeople.com/
Holly’s Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hollylisle/
Holly’s Personal Page: https://www.hollylisle.com/
Holly’s Blog: https://hollylisle.com/weblog/
Rebecca’s Personal Page: https://www.rebeccagalardo.com/
Rebecca’s Writing Blog: https://rebeccagalardowords.wordpress.com/
Producer – Rebecca Galardo. Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com. Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann.
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