March Featured Author - Beth Revis

March Featured Author - Beth Revis

Welcome to Scribbler’s author spotlight 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 was Beth Revis.

1. “Pantser” or “Plotter?”

A mix! I start with a chart that I designed myself over years of practice that hits the major plot beats. Sometimes I add more and develop that into an outline, sometimes I just start writing with that alone.

2. How many hours a day do you write?

It’s my full time job, and I treat it as such, working generally from 8am to 2pm (break to pick up my son from school) and then 3pm until it’s time to make supper. That said, there may be whole days where I’m doing the business side of things—editing, formatting, social media, marketing—and don’t write during that time.

3. Who’s your favorite fictional character?


4. What’s your favorite part of the writing process?

The part where I’m done with the damn thing.

5. Do you prefer writing on paper or doing everything digitally?

I prefer to be fast—I can type as fast as I think of the words, but I can’t handwrite as fast as I think of them.

6. As a writer, what would you choose as your mascot?

Gritty, but with dripping coffee instead of that weird orange fur.

7. What was the last thing (song, podcast, etc.) you listened to?

I’m currently listening to Spare by Prince Harry.

8. If you could time travel (to the past or future), where/when would you go?

I’ve read too much science fiction to mess with time travel. I’d rather have portals and visit places now without the hassle of airplanes.

9. If there’s a spider in your house, do you kill it or set it free? 

Let it live and build cobwebs to add to the aesthetic.

10. What’s something you could eat for a week straight?  


If you’re a subscriber, you’ll get to read Beth’s book when your box arrives this month! We hope you love it like we did — and be sure to leave Beth a review on Goodreads once you’ve finished.

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Victoria Scott started Scribbler in 2017 after traditionally publishing an impressive number of books with companies like HarperCollins Harlequin Scholastic and Macmillan. Victoria is an Uber-hailing city girl who is passionate about writing and helping other writers find their voice.

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