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Dystopian Study Materials

Books to Read If you want to write dystopian books, you must read them. Experts in the industry are consistent with their advice that you must be an avid reader of a genre to write well in it. The books listed below will teach you about the genre and help you get a feel for all the different things you can do with it.  1984, Handmaid’s Tale, Hunger Games...

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Historical Fiction Guide

<<<description of genre>>> The amount of research can be daunting—though not to everyone. DianaGabaldon, author of the Outlander series said, I thought historical fiction would be easiest because Iwas a university professor and know my way around a library, and it seemedeasier to look things up than make them up. Must Haves: Must Have 1 — Must Have 2 — Tropes and Cliches Broadly speaking, tropes are good and cliches are bad. Readers expect the former and resent the latter. That doesn’t mean you have to stuff your book full of tropes and avoid cliches like the plague. Just be...

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