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107 Reasons You Should Never Use Cliches in Your Writing

You should avoid these like the plague

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Never say never but it’s an uphill battle when all you bring to the table is tired old cliches. You need a clean slate to grab their attention. Day in day out it drives me up the wall to read the same old same old.

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Mary DeVries

Mary DeVries

The older I get, the less I know. That won’t stop me from writing about everything and anything under the sun. Join me in delighting and despairing about life.

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