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What the Armadillo Invasion Teaches Us About Writing Stronger Stories

When desperate content writers fall into the trap of the soggy middle, readers notice

a close-in photo of a squinty-eyed armadillo
“Armadillo” by Rich Anderson is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Louisiana has an infuriating place in the alphabet — smack dab in the middle. I suppose if you live in Alabama, or Alaska, or even California, then it isn’t such an annoying thing to read those slideshow…

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