Wattpad Clichés

Wattpad Clichés

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SuspiciousChicken By SuspiciousChicken Updated Aug 20

WARNING: This book contains extreme amounts of realism and rant. Read at your own risk (in other words, not for sissies).
So let me define a cliché real quick...
Cliché:
ˈkliːʃeɪ/
noun
1. a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought.
2. a stereotype or electrotype.

IN SAYING THAT, are you starting to get tired of some top stories on Wattpad being bad teen dramas or improvised pieces of garbage? Want to write your own story but have it original and quirky? Are you bored and have nothing to do?

Well, whatever the reason, in this book we identify 10+ clichés for each genre of writing in attempts to reduce the number of overly-used phrases and storylines that are starting to reach epidemic levels. Trust me, these things will become more relatable than memes.

Enjoy!

A/N: This book is intended to humour and enlighten readers. Your fan fiction obsession may be spoken about in an unpleasant light, but I will try keep the trash-talk to a minimum. The majority of cussing will be more or less censored, leaving the word you put in its place to your imagination.

Hmm.. This sounds interesting. First day that I've had this account🤓..hey maybe someone would be so kind as to...I dunno..maybe, follow..me?
moldyclams moldyclams Oct 18
Romance somehow bleeds into every genre, I mean the humor section is basically the romance section but the author's have f@cking quirky as$ characters that somehow only think in sarcastic quips
stfudxryl stfudxryl Oct 19
I'm reading this so my next book won't be cliche af so thanks 😊
- - Oct 24
Very true. A lot of characters in stories do not act like real people would, lol
this is the book I've been waiting for! where have you been all my life?
dark_blooded_inc dark_blooded_inc Dec 25, 2015
I AM PREPARED TO READ THIS SO I DONT SCREW UP THE SILENCING OR OTHER FUTURE PROJECTS.
                              
                              *Puts on shades* let's do this.