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?
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 [...]
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?
Writers and other creative people have many different approaches to beginning their projects. Today A Drift of Quills are talking about what inspires us to write our stories. They’re near and dear to our hearts, and writing a novel is an extraordinarily personal experience!
Writers, what do you do to find time—or to make time—to write? Readers, are you curious how the minds behind the books work some of their magic? See what "A Drift of Quills" has to say!
Does the word “research” give you the shivers? Dark memories of term papers or visions of endless numbers and figures? Well, it’s the first Friday of June (already!), and A Drift of Quills is here to show you what research means to fiction writers!
This month A DRIFT OF QUILLS is talking about writing challenges we’ve faced, and how we’ve resolved them. And—we’ve got a guest! We’re so pleased to welcome P.S. Broaddus, who has recently released his debut middle-grade fantasy novel.