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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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Self Criticism

You need to know when you are giving yourself constructive criticism, the words that make your project the best it can be and when you are just running yourself and you work down. That’s the tricky thing. You are your

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Feline Freedom League: July 2018 Mission Report

From:   Molly To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: July 01, 2018 Subject: Mission Report I am not pleased to report difficulties in recruiting Patch and Little One. Chipmunk brings us messages from each other without issue. He does this in

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Writing Preparations

There are two aspects to the preparations for writing. One is physical. You can write if you are uncomfortable, but it is so much easier to write when you are comfortable. So you want your writing space to be comfortable,

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Journaling to Practice Your Writing

Everyone has to practice. Professional athletes practice their sports. Musicians practice their instruments or singing. Actors rehearse, which is simply just another word for practice. Writers need to practice as well. There’s a reason the phrase “practice makes perfect” is

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Sentence Variation

Sentence sameness is boring. If you have all your sentences the same length and structure, you have boring prose, no matter how exciting the topic. Good prose has good sentence variation. Look over your current work and make sure that

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