Prioritized Lists

In any project, there are goals. You have to set them first. The larger the goal, the bigger the project, the more you need to break the project down into smaller pieces. The next step is prioritizing those pieces. What

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Your Character’s Financial Health

In our discussion of character development, I talked about our characters’  fitness and health. you also have to consider that. Are your characters good with their money? Are they wealthy or do they live paycheck to paycheck? are they homeless,

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Feline Freedom League April 2018

From:  Mulder To:  Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: April 01, 2018 Subject: Mission Report There is a new canine in this place. She is huge! She is a female, I believe. She spends most of her time with the younger

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Put Your Writing on a Diet

Writing a piece is the first step where you take an idea and expand it into a story. Once you finish the story, you are only half done. You still have to look at the piece and revise it. You

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Your Character’s Health

Everyone has health, good or bad. Giving your character health concerns will make them more real to the reader. Unless your character is a whining hypochondriac, just mentioning their overall health now and then is sufficient. The trick is not

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Idea Generation

Sometimes ideas pop in from nowhere. Other times you have to go hunting for them. The ones that pop in from nowhere are easy to find. The ones you have to hunt for are another story. There are ways to

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Feline Freedom League March 2018

From:  Molly To:  Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: March 04, 2018 Subject: Mission Report Strangers came to this location. They walked around it. One who came stayed on the middle level and only looked around. They left and did not

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