Marg Ellwood
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YA dystopian: a genre with endless possibilities. It can have wildly different societal rules, amazing technologies, intricate governmen...

8 Steryotypes in YA Dystopian Novels - pointing out some common issues within the YA dystopian genre to help you make your novel as best as possible. <<<<<reasons why I refuse to read YA dystopian novels and stick with the classic dystopian novels.

not the full idea, yet something just as contrasting-- the ______ people only come out at night, you would be considered odd if you came out in the daytime.

WRITING PROMPT: Human civilization splinters off into a daytime society and a nighttime society. You lice in one society and begin to contemplate if you should be in the other.

Think I read somewhere recently the Mark Zuckerburg has suggested a reward system could be a solution gor a future without employment, as more and more jobs are replaced by a.i machines.

Think I read somewhere recently the Mark Zuckerburg has suggested a reward system could be a solution gor a future without employment, as more and more jobs are replaced by a.i machines.

It'd be an interesting twist...

Something about having powers, government forbids using them. As it goes on the powers get more out of hand and cause more and more damage.