Plots And Subplots

A subplot is a mini plot. These types of plot can enhance the premier plot of your story by breaking the action up. Nothing enhances tension like a suspenseful cliffhanger or a series of cliffhangers. To weave subplots into your

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Balancing Time

When you write something, you must edit your text. NaNoWriMo is all about writing. Forget the self-editing until you finish the first or rough draft done. Then you can revise what you wrote. Established authors say to let the work

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Feline Freedom League June 2019

From: Agent Mulder To:  Mr. Whiskers Date: 2 June 2019 Subject: Second Report of 2019 We are in the new den. I was concerned the humans would leave us behind or take us to different humans, but that concern was

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Line-by-Line Revision

I hate revising. I need revision, but I abhor the job. No one ever wrote anything that didn’t need at least a little editing. My process is to read the work first and flag any problems I find while reading.

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Revising More Than One Piece

Sometimes you need to finish revising one piece while starting revision on another. It’s easy to get confused between pieces. There are tricks to use to do so with relative ease. I use a project management app called Project Studio.

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Feline Freedom League Mission Report May 2019

From: Agent Molly To:  Mr. Whiskers Date: 5 May, 2019 Subject: Second Report of 2019 I have recovered from the trip to the conference. I confess I did not enjoy the trip although meeting the other agents was interesting. During

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Writing On The Go

Writing while traveling can be a challenge. I actually wrote this blog on my phone, in a car. If you can spread out, use a laptop, it’s much easier. If you can’t spread out, your phone or tablet can do

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