6 Tips for Avoiding Clichés in Writing: If Your Dialogue Sounds Familiar, Write Something New - Deepstash
6 Tips for Avoiding Clichés in Writing: If Your Dialogue Sounds Familiar, Write Something New

6 Tips for Avoiding Clichés in Writing: If Your Dialogue Sounds Familiar, Write Something New

Any line of dialogue that you've ever heard anybody say before is already a cliché, so don't write it down.

When there are seemingly limitless ways to express a sentiment, why wouldn't you create an original sentence? If you're struggling to come up with fresh words, use a thesaurus—just be careful to not misuse an unfamiliar word.

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