In January 2022, Scribbler hosted its first-ever manuscript contest! One manuscript shone for its ingenuity, heart, and wonderful writing and took first place. Camellia Phillips’ middle grade novel, “Rat, Jack, and The Impossible Job,” impressed the Scribbler staff. We asked Camellia a few questions to get a deeper understanding of her manuscript, writing journey, and more.
A writing coach might be a good fit for you depending on what you need help with in your writing. And what better way to explain what a writing coach is, then directly from the source! Connie reached out to a fellow Scribbler and writing coach, Kim Lozano, and her own writing coach, Mary Adkins, to learn more about what a writing coach does, and how they can help you accomplish your writing goals.
Welcome to Scribbler’s newest series — an interview with our subscription box’s monthly author! Each month, we’ll interview the author of our featured book to help you learn a little more about them and their writing process. This month’s spotlight is on Jillian Cantor.
Whether you’re writing historical fiction, a YA contemporary novel, or anything in between, these three tips can help take your research from strenuous to exciting, all while enhancing your storytelling.
Taking a writing break? Based on Casey’s experience, this is how you can maintain your momentum during a temporary writing break.