Finding Time To Write

Often, the biggest challenge to a writer is simply finding the time in a busy life to actually write. One of the first things you need to consider is how much time do you need or want to devote to

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Feline Freedom League August 2018

From:  Mulder To:  Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: August 5, 2018 Subject: Mission Report I am still working on the true purpose of the large canine. She still insists that she is only here to prevent the younger female from

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Moonbeam, Merlin and Murder

Moonbeam Shadowchaser is studying for midterms when she receives an urgent message from her grandmother, she finds that she has been chosen to Awaken Merlin’s Old Soul, residing in a young actor in California. She arrives to find him shooting

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Writing Logs

I know how many words I have written each day. I also know when I have completed a blog and posted it. I also know how many words I have added or cut from a piece each day as I

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Choosing Your Words

Words are powerful. They can make or break a piece of writing. The right words can shape your text into something powerful or reduce it to cosmic failure. Word choice involves repetition and complexity of meaning that can either enhance

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FFL Special Report: Loss of an Agent

From: Mulder To:   All Agents and Mr Whiskers at Headquarters Date: July 17, 2018 Subject: Loss of an Agent We at the Feline freedom league have lost an agent.  The humans have taken Agent Cuddlebug and executed him.  He

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Pacing Your Fiction

Pacing is important. If events in your story happen too quickly, or the story is over almost before you start. If they happen too slowly, your reader will get bored and abandon the story. You need action, exposition and back

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