Jeff Wuorio is an award-winning writer whose previous books include The CNBC Guide to Money and Markets. With more than fifteen years' experience writing about investing and personal finance, he serves as a columnist for Microsoft bCentral and is a nationally known authority on personal finance and how to work successfully from a home office.
How to Buy and Sell (Just About) Everything: More Than 550 Step-by-Step Instructions for Everything From Buying Life Insurance to Selling Your Screenplay to Choosing a Thoroughbred Racehorseby Jeff Wuorio
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True. But when it comes to kits i often fret... so... did you come for borage?
Sunsoul was finding her way to the camp, when she felt something watching her. She looked around her, but couldnt see anything. She could smell a cat, though. "I know theres someone here. Show yourself!" She snarled into the trees. After that, an orange she-cat with blood staining parts of her pelt jumped nimbly down from a tree. Sunsoul ran at the cat then stopped, realizing who it was. "Foxtail? Is that you?" Said Sunsoul. "Nice to see you again, sister," said Foxtail. Sunsoul steped closer to her. "Blood? Its still there from that fox?" She said. "I think its time I tell you some things," said Foxtail. "Remember Tigerkit?" "Yeah. He was killed by a fox and you were attacked by it," said Sunsoul. "That was a lie," said Foxtail, her face shadowed. "The truth is, I killed Tigerkit." Sunsoul looked shocked. "Why?" Foxtail didnt answer. "And you remeber when you were hit by that monster?" She continued. "How can I forget?" sighed Sunsoul. "You think it was an accedent?" "It wasnt?" "No," smiled Foxtail. "I set it up. I purposly took you on a patrol past that dog." "Why would you do that?" Again, Foxtail didnt answer. "Now you know the truth. And I plan to kill you one way or another." She rams Sunsoul up against a rock. From her speed, Sunsoul hit her head hard against the rock. Her vision blurred and began to go black. "Goodnight, Sunsoul," laughed Foxtail. Sunsoul woke up to feeling very sick. She looked down. Deathberry juice. She lapped it up and went to find some yarrow. Once she found some, she forced herself to eat it and got the poison out of her system. She went warily to the camp.
Padded in. What happened? I'll save you.