It’s time for A Drift of Quills and another round of Fiction Shots! Do we call them "short" or "fun-sized"? They're the perfect solution when you want a quick read. Take five and settle in for adventure!
I need to tell you about Dragon Draught, by Kristie Kiessling. Kristie is my fantastic writing partner, plotting accomplice, first reader, and one-woman cheering squad. What you many not realize is that she is also an amazing writer.
A Drift of Quills is taking a look back this month. What’s the best stuff we’ve written? But here’s the kicker: which of our posts has been the most popular on each of our blogs?
Dealing with novel challenges is nothing new for A Drift of Quills. Here’s a day-in-the life: "What has been the biggest writing challenge with our current novel?"
Here it is—the gorgeous cover for Mage's Gift 2: Flesh and Bone, the continuing fantasy story of Sherakai dan Tameko…
A Drift of Quills: Sometimes we take breaks from writing. No, really! Does it inspire new stories or scenes? Help us focus? And what do we DO?
Are you ready for Fiction Shots #2? Giddyup! A Drift [...]
Terrible Books—Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em? A Drift of Quills reads a lot of books. Do we keep reading when they’re awful? Throw fits? Recycle them and hurry to the next? Join us to discover our take on Books We Hate…
Here's how it is: When I think about this blog endeavor, I think about posting something new and awesome—or at least entertaining—for you to read every Friday. Most of the time, I do that. So yay! Okay *I* think it's awesome. Your mileage may vary.
Conlang—constructed language—is today’s topic for A Drift of Quills. Do we make up our own languages for our books? How? If not, why not?