Writing Tips: Beginner's Guide to Avoiding ClichesOne of the biggest questions I tend to get from writers is how to avoid making their work cliche. I can't give you an upfront answer to that because the answer depends largely on what you're doing and how you're doing it. And let me start by saying this: the greatest writer on earth can make any cliche work. Think about it: How to Train Your Dragon isn't exactly an original movie by any stretch, but it's outstanding because of the way that it uses the tropes that have dragged down other similar movies in horrible ways. The best way to figure out what would be cliche is to read a ton of whatever is in your genre/plot type (and by "read" I mean read books, comic books, manuals, RPG guide books, watch television shows and movies, listen to music etc).More Like This
For example, if you're I dunno, writing a series about kids ruling the world or making their own rules you're going to check out a lot in that medium. You'll soon figure out that most of them are crapsack dystopias and figure out that the ar
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Tribute to the end of Cute High Earth Defense Club Love! <3 one of my favorite animes that has ended sadly . :’( So here we go, the cuddle-loving hero, Battle Lover Scarlet, Hakone Yumoto.
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It was a nice calm morning at your house. No parents nagging you to do your homework or chores. Just nice a day to catch up on anime and manga you've been missing out on. You sighed contently as sat on your couch with your laptop. It was then someone rang the doorbell. You internally groaned as you walked to see who was at the door. the doorbell was constantly ringing and you were getting really frustrated, so when you reached the door you flung it open.
“WHAT DO YOU WANT?!?!?!?!” you shouted, clearly irritated.
“Ohayo (y/n)-chan!” your boyfriend Yumoto greeted.
“Oh it’s just you Yumoto, what do you want?” you sighed.