Write Like A House Cat

Writers: Don’t let anything affect your work.

Originally published in November 2013 by writersdigest.com

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Growing up, my family had a house cat named Charlotte. She was an unassuming tabby, not incredibly good-looking but not ugly. She wasn’t big or small, fat or thin. She was an average cat. She had average hair, average coloring. But we loved her, and she lived to be…

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Author with Random House. TBI survivor who struggles. Poet. Climber. Former Writer-In-Residence of Joshua Tree National Park. Podcast: “Boring Is A Swear Word”

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Pedro Hoffmeister

Pedro Hoffmeister

Author with Random House. TBI survivor who struggles. Poet. Climber. Former Writer-In-Residence of Joshua Tree National Park. Podcast: “Boring Is A Swear Word”

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