Oh, what a character! A Drift of Quills is sharing Secret Info. Come on in and let us introduce you to some of the people (or demons) in our WIPs!
Things didn’t start altogether well today, but I thought I’d give you a glimpse at how the writing goes sometimes. I took the following from my PreWriting Journal. I generally do a brain dump, then steer towards the story-in-progress. It is frequently more help than I want to admit, which is kind of silly and self-defeating, eh? I mean, “Do the thing that makes the word car zoom, Robin.”
Cats with wings aren’t a sight you see often. A Drift of Quills is here with another round of short fiction, all about cats flying. Or trying to fly…
Opening lines are worth their weight in chocolate. Okay, no, let’s not get crazy. We need to nibble on that chocolate while we’re reading! Today “A Drift of Quills” are taking a look at favorite opening lines—and why we love ‘em.
A Drift of Quills: Fiction Shots #5— It’s flash fiction! Three different stories inspired by one picture. This round, we’re inspired by a cityscape and a little side trip to our previous works.
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?"
Crow here, taking over for the sluggard otherwise known as Robin Lythgoe. She was going to post something about alleged “good things” out in the internet. (She’s explained what that is, but I keep picturing the Beisyth Web, and that thing was nasty. Ask the dragon it hit. Oh, wait, you can’t. It’s no longer breathing!)
Face it—nobody likes a one-star review, whether we’re authors, parents, [...]
So here I am, using the NaNo cattle prod to pump out some volume, rebelliously attacking a current work in progress. I never really think of myself as a rebel, but in this case I apparently qualify. I even have a badge to prove it.
Stories uncovered! Secrets revealed! Sounds like an article straight out of the tabloids, right? This first-Friday A Drift of Quills are looking at the way people, news stories, or current events play a role in our works. Are we under the influence of current events? How do we use it?