9 Lines of Writing Advice With Cats

We love writing; we love cats; so why not enjoy nine lines of writing advice with cats? If you need some great writing advice and fun images of cats, you've found your online destination. Enjoy!
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One thing I know about Writer's Digest editors over the years is that we all love reading and writing. Another thing I know is that many of us love cats. So it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that this post of writing advice with cats has been an inevitability that's time has finally come.

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I've collected nine lines of great writing advice and paired them up with fun images of cats. I mean, what else do you need? Probably nothing, but I've included links to each of the original (super helpful) articles filled with writing advice under each image. So come for the cute cats and stay for the great writing advice. Enjoy!

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9 Lines of Writing Advice With Cats

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From "10 Ways to Start Your Story Better," by Jacob M. Appel

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From "How to Make Your Setting a Character," by Donald Maass

simon_wood_quotes_for_a_good_suspense_story_to_work_whats_at_stake_must_be_stated_at_the_beginning_of_the_story

From "9 Tricks to Writing Suspense Fiction," by Simon Wood

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From "10 Ways to Launch Strong Scenes," by Jordan E. Rosenfeld

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From "How to Write Better Using Humor," by Leigh Anne Jasheway

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From "7 Ways to Add Great Subplots to Your Novel," by Elizabeth Sims

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From "Jennifer J. Chow: Sparking Optimism and Hope With Cozy Mystery Novels (and Sassy Cats)," by Robert Lee Brewer

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From "10 Questions You Need to Ask Your Characters," by Brenda Janowitz

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From "11 Secrets to Writing an Effective Character Description," by Rebecca McClanahan

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