Notes on Starting a Dystopian Novel. I’ve started writing a dystopian YA.
I’ve read dozens of these books and finally have an idea of my own which I feel compelled to write. While I am good at plotting and cliff-hangers, it will be a challenge to build a new world. When I’ve written a SEER or DEAD GIRL books I already know the world and paranormal rules. But world-building is new to me and I have to do more than plot a story; I have to create a new world. I’m having to consider language, setting, history, rules of society and much more. How to start my book? All very different openings, but each sets the scene for a new and different world. So now I’m thinking…should I start with dialogue? I have lots of notes about my society and I have an idea of where the book is going, including some dramatic plot points. It would be interesting to know what things you think have been overdone in dystopian books.
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