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7 Tips For Writing Post-Apocalyptic Fiction7 Tips For Writing Post-Apocalyptic Fiction
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Chapter 2 “Genres” – Section 11 “Post-apocalyptic”
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In recent history, there has been a surge of interest in stories surrounding the post-apocalyptic world, and it makes sense. Not only does the genre play off of many our fears of societal destruction, but it also create some pretty spectacular and brutal worlds, where we seen the depths of human resolve and emotions. However, movies and books in the genre (not all, but most) have begun to all share the same flavor—when there are so many fresh ways in which one could approach this genre.
Tip 1: There are many different types of Apocalypse.
Zombies, nuclear war, sentient robots, prophesied religious events, extraterrestrials, floods, disease, famine, killer plan
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I am the kind prone to scribbling on what ever paper I can get my hands on, speaking in random accents, and ad-libbing like a mad banana. My writing tends to depends on sharing it with others, which means pestering people to co-write or review my work, which I am to paranoid to publish.
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