Stereotypes in Novels
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Thread Topic: Stereotypes in Novels
(kind of afraid to make this)
I don't really hate any stereotype in particular unless they're used all together. Then it's unbearable unless it's satire.
But I know people on here must have some.
(btw, I'm writing a book and trying to make sure it isn't too cliche)
madid ExperiencedForbidden love stories. Overused and boring -_-
I hate it when I can tell the general conclusion to stories. Which is most of them, by the way.
Sage Parson NoviceTwilight is a perfect example! :D
The female lead does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!! Her stupid vampire poser boyfriend does all the work!
Now isn't that great?!
The "main character always has to die in the end" cliche.
I won't give examples, because it would obviously be spoilers, but yeah.
I also hate when people gradually describe thier characters. Like,
"The brunette walked over to the board."
It just pisses me off, lol
And when people on here (soaping or writing stories) make their characters gay 100% of the time.
It's just a more realistic variation of forbidden love.
6 6 sick SeniorHow its always the quiet ones who are hiding something.
Well..to me atleast.
ILuvHolister JuniorI dislike when they make the blondes seem dumb, there are exceptions. Im living proof of that. I also agree with sage parson about kristen stewart.
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