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Cliched Writing: Avoid it Like the Plague

Why do writers slip so easily into the cliché trap? I was a judge for a writer’s contest in the spring, and I ended up having to give lower marks to some of the entries for the use of clichés. Since then, I’ve been thinking a lot about clichéd writing—especially how I can avoid it in my own books.

Often we think that only new writers have a problem using clichés, that seasoned authors have learned to express themselves more uniquely. But what I’m realizing is that it’s a trap for any writer at any point in the writing journey, because clichéd writing has more to do with laziness than ignorance.

Cliché by definition is:
1. A trite phrase or expression
2. A hackneyed theme, characterization, or situation
3. Something that has become overly familiar or commonplace

When we use a cliché, usually we’re not pushing ourselves hard enough to do the work of finding something more original. Often we gravitate toward the commonplace because those are the ideas already in the front of our brains. They simmer there, a jumble of all of the books and stories we’ve ever read.

A book or story that smells of cliché is usually going to garner us a quick “no thanks.” In fact, if we’ve worked on our writing skills, improved our story-telling abilities, but continue to get rejections, we would be wise to consider if anything about our books hints at cliché.

What ways do writers slip into the cliché trap? And how can we push ourselves harder to go beyond the trite words and stories at the fronts of our minds to the deeper thoughts and unique expressions just waiting to be discovered?

1. Clichéd descriptions:

“Her lips were as red as roses” or “The flowers bloomed in the colors of a rainbow.” Anytime we describe something—setting, emotions, or a character—we need to use our mind’s camera to get beyond the clichéd. We have to focus on the specific details a particular character would notice while in her point of view (POV)and think of the kinds of words that character would use to describe things.

In every scene, we have to slow down and use the five senses to describe the tastes, smells, sights, touches, sounds that are unique and important to our POV character.

2. Clichéd characters:

“The hunky, macho hero who can save the world and the beautiful, but helpless damsel in distress.” It’s all too easy fill in our characters like we do the figures in a coloring book. We can dress them up, pick a hairstyle, and figure out an eye color and think we’re being unique.

But to go beyond clichéd, we have to make a concerted effort to infuse the very breath of life into them. That doesn’t come without time and effort getting to know them, their past hurts, goals, motivations, etc. For a comprehensive character worksheet you’re welcome to use the one I’ve developed.

3. Clichéd plots:

“The runaway heroine falls from her horse and is rescued by the dashing hero who just happens to be riding by.” Of course, we’ve all heard it said that there are no new plots, that every conceivable basic story line has been written numerous times in one form or another. I’m not sure if that’s really true. But the point is that most plots are probably already “discovered.”

We may not be able to re-invent the wheel, but we can however, find new, clever, and daring places to drive it. It requires us to cast aside the first, easy plot ideas we have, and instead ask questions like: What problems would hurt the character? What kinds of issues would make life more difficult for her? What surprises can I spring upon her? What winding, downhill trail can I make her stumble down—something that increases tension each step of the way?

My Summary: There are other numerous cliché traps we can fall into with our settings, themes, romances, etc. The point is that we should always be challenging ourselves to disregard what comes easy, the ideas that pop to our minds first. Instead we need work harder and search the far reaches of our brains, continually training ourselves to delve into greater depths of creativity.

I like the way Blake Snyder encourages writers to deal with clichés in Save the Cat: “You can be near the cliché, you can dance around it, you can run up to it and almost embrace it. But at the last second you must turn away. You must give it a twist.”

Are you avoiding the cliché trap? Have you done the hard work of sifting through all your ideas and finding the original ones? What else do YOU do to be creative but not clichéd?

This post is an updated version of a guest post I did for Not Enough Words.

108 comments:

  1. I love playing with tropes in such a way as to avoid clichés. Playing with a reader's expectations can be fun, the only danger is in going so far to try and be original that you lose the run of the story.

    Readers want a certain amount of their expectations to be met, just not too much of them.

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  2. Sometimes we miss the larger cliches of plot. I don't think any plot or character is cliche if the writing is good enough. Sometimes it's the lack of writing skill that creates the cliche.

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  3. I've def. fallen into the cliche trap. However, I do think there are certain plot cliches/tropes/etc that readers adore. I know there are certain types of plots that I'll automatically pick up to read. I think the trick is to make the characters real and empathetic so that even if I've seen this type of plot before, I'm still loving the story. Does that make sense?
    I saw alot of cliched writing too in contest entries.

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  4. It seems everything can fall into a trap of "cliche" since most everything "has been done" - but with our unique voices we take the "cliche" to a higher ground, make it our own, give it new life.

    Still, there are some cliches that make me cringe, yes, as you examples for example did *laugh* :-D

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  5. I definitely try to not have a cliche plot or main characters before I even start writing, but as far as descriptions and secondary characters, if it doesn't flow out of me on the first "rough" draft, I try to slash all those pesky cliches on the rewrite. Love this post, Jody, b/c we are ALL guilty of this.

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  6. I've been guilty of using clichés. Thankfully I have two awesome CPs who help me catch the ones I miss during my self-edits. In fact, those flowers the color of rainbows sound mighty familiar. =)

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  7. You got right to it when you said we need to challenge ourselves. Writing cliches is like slidding into a LaZboy (or however you spell that) verses when we challenge ourselves...we are hiking up great terrains. It requires sweat.

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  9. Jessica beat me to it. I was going to say pretty much what she said. That there are cliche plots that readers (especially romance readers) will never tire of. Same with coming-home stories. The market is filled with them (my debut novel is a coming-home story), yet readers love them.

    However, in the very same breath, I also love Snyder's words. We can take the tried and true plots (the ones the readers love), but find a way to give it a twist of originality. Something unexpected and satisfying. We can't settle for the predictable, because that's never fun to read.

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  10. I was surprised to learn how many cliches I used in my manuscript. My editor pointed out a number of places my metaphors could have been fresher, and honestly, this really made things shine.

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  11. when it comes to word cliches I break out my bff thesauras. It inspires to recreate a cliche into something more original.

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  12. Fantastic advice. Definitely need it right now. Thanks!

    Sarah Allen
    (my creative writing blog)

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  13. Excellent post, Jody. I try to avoid them, but mow I'm off to re-check my MS. :-)

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  14. Hi Jody :)

    Very interesting post.

    I agree with your points on cliched aspects.

    However, sometimes cliches are unavoidable. Most romance books are actually cliched. Happy ending, the MCs always end up together. I've never read a romance book with a different ending than the "happy" one.

    Fairy Tales always had a happy ending too. It's their definition. And fully accepted. I don't think that many would like a fairy tale ending badly. I wouldn't :D.

    Unavoidable are also some cliched expressions used by people in everyday speech and life, for generations, e.g. stubborn as a mule (silly example). You can't say stubborn as a camel. Although camels are more stubborn than mules, only in the countries where there are camels they use that expression.
    So, they might be unavoidable in dialogues and also in narration, especially when related to an area or a country.

    Nonetheless, a book full of cliches is boring. And I agree with you that there are many cliches traps, in which authors fall, experienced authors included. We should always check and re-check our writing for these traps.

    Thank you for the very interesting post :).

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  15. I use to think cliches resulted from lack of imagination... a malady fiction writers shouldn't experience. But it may be more from laziness. I'll grab a handy cliche while dashing through a first draft, because it captures the thought perfectly. (That's probably why it became a cliche in the first place.) But during revisions I have to challenge myself to take time to find fresh words and insight. It's hard work. One set of words slips from the tip of one's tongue; the other has to be dredged up.

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  16. After many decades of writing, I think I've finally achieved the kind of writing that's cliche free--especially with the help of a great publisher. If it wasn't for them, my memoir wouldn't be as good as it is. The paperback copies arrived today. I'm sure you know what an exciting moment THAT is!!
    Ann Best, Memoir Author

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  17. We've all read books like this, where we roll our eyes and think that again? So why is it sometimes hard to see that kind of writing in our own work? It takes extra work to make sure we avoid the overdone cliches and tropes, but it's so worth it in the final product if we do.

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  18. There is one other thing to watch out for. Some authors seem so determined to avoid a cliche, especially a cliche ending, that they wreck their book's plot trying to avoid the logical resolution. You don't want your unique twist to be horribly illogical and obviously contrived just to avoid the expected ending.

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  19. Terrific post, and I do this myself. Even though a cliched saying may be the first thing to come to mind (due to just be inundated with it in life), it is NOT what I type. In fact, I analyze and think about the purpose, what I'm trying to convey, and then proceed typing when I have a unique way to present it.

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  20. I like what Keli said about critique partners. They always seem to catch the cliched spots that I missed.

    Great post, Jody!

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  21. Well said Jody. While there may be nothing new under the sun it is our own perceptions and interpretations that are solely unique. If we focus on how we perceive events, scenes and characters we can avoid those trappings. We can always adjust the language later but first in foremost should be keeping our perceptions intact.

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  22. My agent caught a cliche that I didn't even realize was a cliche. Yikes.

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  23. Thanks so much for your character worksheet...I have been using them for my first novel. Priceless! I'm also in the midst of Plot & Structure - I agree, it's a MUST read. :)

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  24. Hi Jody,
    I always enjoy reading your posts so much--which is why I'd like to give you The Versatile Blogger award. To learn more, please visit http://valeriestorey.blogspot.com

    In the meantime, thank you for sharing all your wonderful news and insights with us. Wishing you a very happy summer!

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  25. Thank you for sharing your Character Worksheet :)

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  26. Great blog! Looks to be a treasure trove of good info and advice.

    Hopping on the wagon!

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  27. First, the title of this post cracked me up!

    Second, this is great advice, not only for writing fiction, but for writing blogs, too. I know I'm guilty of cliché blogging, but it's something I'm aware of and working on. Because you're right. It's not ignorance, it's laziness. And learning to work past the clichés is what makes us stand out as writers.

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  28. Dear Jody,
    I am forwarding this post to my literature club kids.

    When we discuss the classics we enjoy talking about the author's life and writing style. It's important to us to learn who the author is, or was, in most cases, because knowing him gives us insight into his book. HIs writing style tells us things too.

    Ideas are void of meaning, from the human perspective, until value is assigned to them by a living, breathing person. Therefore in our group we ask ourselves questions like, "Why did the author have the character say it this or that way? What did he want us to know about this character? How are we to gain insight into the plot or theme because of this character's point of view?

    My love of writing drives this part of our discussion. I want all my literature kids, ages 7-17, to think well out loud whether it's verbally or in writing. Your article gives me insight and I think it will give our group insight too. Thanks!

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  29. Hi Ali, Glad you'll be able to pass the post along to your literature club! Hope they'll find it helpful!! :-)

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