Monday, June 17, 2013

Advice on How To Avoid Clichès

Publishing If there’s one thing in writing that you really want to avoid, it’s using clichés. When you see a piece of writing that is full of clichés, it is an indication that the writer is either lazy or unimaginative. It’s all right to use them if you’re writing dialogues because, after all, that is the way we speak.

iUniverse shows you how to write a book without using clichès

People use clichés so much that they often don’t even realize they’re doing it. It just becomes habit, so try to be aware of them and omit them when you are writing. We all know the old clichés like sick as a dog and it’s raining cats and dogs. In this article we will be taking a look at some modern clichés that are overused and irritating to the ear.

iUniverse offers advice on how to write a book without using clichès here


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