Redesigning the Ordinary

Redesigning the Ordinary


🎲 Topic: Redesigning the Ordinary

When we enter a story, we experience several elements and details typical of the structure of a good yarn. Such as certain character dynamics, a moral or a lesson, conflict, well-placed foreshadowing, or the dastardly intentions of the villain.

Any way you write it, there are aspects of a story that we all expect or know to look out for.

And, yet, although stories may be similar, no two stories are exactly the same. They’re a little bit like snowflakes in that way. So, how do we bring a new slant to something expected or ordinary? Where can we, as writers, create something that our readers find accessible while offering something a little different?

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