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Map Your World

Maps are very useful things. People have been using maps for centuries. Knowing where things are is good, especially for writing. I create crude maps of the locations in my writing so that I can keep things consistent. I think

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A Word About Settings

Setting is an integral part of your story. Without setting the characters and the action are taking place in a vacuum. Life doesn’t take place in a vacuum. We have buildings, gardens, parks, beaches and other places where action takes

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Feline Freedom League August 2017

From: Agent Storm To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 6 August 2017 Subject: August 2017 Mission Report I am tired all the time. I’m tired of feeling tired. I don’t think I am giving much to the team. I think I need

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What makes a good character?

That’s a very good question. The best characters are flawed. They are neither wholly good or wholly evil. They do their best with good or bad results. In short, they are like real people. They drink, swear, and lie. They

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Feline Freedom League July 2017 Report

From: Agent Molly To: Mr. Whiskers at HQ Date: 2 July 2017 Subject: Mission Report I am reporting that I am back where I was stationed. I did spend some time incarcerated, but not questioned. I do not know why

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Feline Freedom League June Report

From: Agent Cuddlebug To: Mr. Whiskers Date: 4 June 2017 Subject: Mission Report Agents Probie and Skittlebutt are still arguing about how much Agent Skittlebutt is able to do. Agent Probie is trying to help Agent Skittlebutt, which Agent Skittlebutt

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The Centenary Book part 3

No one was around as we slipped out the back door. I motioned Thomas and Great Grandmother to go hide in his car. I’d walked over to the library from my apartment. I locked the door and headed towards the

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