Avoiding errors

Another great advantage ofproducing a visual aid like this is that errors in the storyline can be detected at a glance.

If, for example, you have a character who was killed in Chapter 3 unaccountably turning up in Chapter 5, you can remedy this before you get too far into the book.

A written plan allows you to see where each character is at any given moment and to calculate how to move them from and to each location. It also prevents you forgetting any minor characters along the way.

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