Episode 92 - A home and a market for your story. Navigating your way around trope and genre

February 06, 2017 00:14:59
Episode 92 - A home and a market for your story. Navigating your way around trope and genre
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 92 - A home and a market for your story. Navigating your way around trope and genre
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What genre does your story fit into? And how can you use the tropes of that genre to make your story fresh, original, and compelling? In this episode we explore the challenge of identifying the genre or genres of your story, and looking at way to embrace the tropes of that genre by re-imagining them and subverting them to keep your work interesting and cliche free.

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