Coincidentally... The uses and abuses of coincidence
By Hilari Bell
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Published: Feb. 17, 2013
Words: 2,630 (approximate)
Discusses how and when you can use coincidences in fiction—and when you absolutely can’t.
Coincidences happen all the time in real life—yet editors hate to see them in fiction manuscripts. This brief essay discuss why you shouldn’t use coincidences, and how and when you actually can.
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