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Feline Freedom League January 2019

From: Agent Molly To:  Mr. Whiskers Date: 6 January 2019 Subject: First Report of 2019 Over the course of the last several months, I have been endeavoring to find out what the noises are that I hear occasionally outside this

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Posted in Feline Freedom League Report

Remove the Padding

And now a word about padding. That’s what I call adding words to make up a word count. It happens a lot. Sometimes it happens without you being aware of what you are doing. For example, in that first sentence,

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Posted in General Opinion, Writing Techniques

Feline Freedom League December 2018

From:   Mulder To:   Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date:   December 02, 2018 Subject: Mission Report I am sorry to report that I have no idea what the female canine’s purpose in being here is. I’m also sorry that

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Diagramming Sets

Stories take place somewhere. Many writers make a map of the terrain where their stories take place. I do too. It helps if you have an idea of the location where your stories take place. I go a step further

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Posted in Writing Techniques

Feline Freedom League November 2018

From:  Probie To:  Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: November 04, 2018 Subject: Mission Report Before his death, Agent Cuddlebug took me aside and explained Agent Melody’s presence here to me. I thought Agent Melody was a fully trained agent sent

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A Halloween Story: Death pt. 3

 Part 1 Continuation of last week’s story The next time Tom saw Death, she was wandering the ER holding a clipboard. There had been a nasty accident with multiple victims. He groaned inwardly when he saw her. Someone was not

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A Halloween Story: Death pt. 2

Continuation of last week’s story “Ambulance two minutes out,” a nurse stopped by the desk where Tom sat writing up his notes on his last patient. It was two weeks since the death of the comatose patient. He had all

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