Clichés are the bane of any writer’s existence. We actively avoid them, try to rework our ideas to filter any out, and sometimes, maybe even lament that we can’t go with an idea we really love simply because it’s too cliché. But are all clichés really so bad? I don’t think so. There are plenty that can be found throughout the most popular books today, and they probably aren’t going to disappear anytime soon.
Read on to learn about the most common fiction clichésand how you can use them to your advantage.
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If you look up “writing tips” or “writing advice”, you’ll find that most of the content you discover is directed toward aspiring authors and passionate writers. But what if you’re not one of those people? What if you’re completely new to the world of writing or actually know you aren’t good at it but have to write for your job?
This post is geared toward the non-writers who want to learn how to write better and actually enjoy the process.
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