Wednesday, May 4, 2011

If Every Story Were Told Like a... Dystopia

In the spirit of my recent post, If Every Story Were Written Like a Cliche Romance, I'm tackling another genre: Dystopia. 

How would stories be different if they were all filled with all-powerful overseers? Or violently enforced, extremely controlling rules? Forced conformity? I'm getting all creeped-out just thinking about it.




8 comments:

mormonhermitmom said...

LOL!

T.J. said...

ROFL!

Terry W. Ervin II said...

Funny!

Melanie Jacobson said...

Ah hahahaha!

Jewel said...

Oh, my word. How did you ever think of that? Have you been working on CN lately? :)

Jolene Perry said...

Although this post is super hysterical, I really just wanted to send you an email but your word recognition thing keeps foiling me in my attempts :(

In my third attempt at writing you - it's gotten much, much shorter:
1. You totally rocked the MC thing, even though I could only see your face above the podium half the time :D
2. I would LOVE your kids' definitions of genres (maybe you could post on blog?)
3. Can I talk about SOME of what you talked about in your romance class on my blog if I totally link people to your website and amazon author page?
4. I think that's it.
Probably.
And did I say how awesomely funny you were? Even though I used a (gasp) adverb??

askauntalice.net said...

ROFL!

(Not really, you know, since my floor isn't, you know, very clean, since I spent a week away while my husband and kids were still there, you know?)

BTW, your romance video at Storymakers was hilarious! And I agree with Jolene - you should post your kids'genre definitions here. Too funny.

Sarah M Eden said...

Jolene & Ask Aunt Alice --

I am working on getting all the videos & the funniness from Storymakers up on my website. My post-conference brain mushiness is conspiring against me, and it is taking a little longer than anticipated.

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