article By now, you’ve probably seen this article.
In it, I detail the various ways in which I’ve used contrast in my work to create contrast between my books and the stories that they’re based on.
For me, it’s a very simple way to create the sort of contrast that I like, but also a method that I know works well.
It’s also a very common way to find ways to create an atmosphere of tension that will stand out in a story that is otherwise dull and repetitive.
And I’d like to give you some more specific examples, because they’re actually a little more complicated than just the first two, because there’s an element of the fact that they are set in the future that can make them seem a bit dated, but the more I think about them, the more they seem to be a perfect match.
This article originally appeared on The Awl.
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