Kill the Beast: An Interview with Author Michele Israel Harper

We get to host Michele Israel Harper today as the next stop on the blog tour celebrating her new release, Kill the Beast. Can we just say how thrilled we are for this awesome story to hit the world? Hmm. Not sure this is excited enough… Much better! Jebraun: Welcome to Quills and Inkblotts! We’re […]

Resilience Blog Tour

  RESILIENCE is almost here! Amy Brock McNew’s next book in her series. So exciting!!! The fiercest warriors emerge from the most brutal storms. Liz and Ryland Vaughn have fought hard to survive every threat that’s risen against them. But nothing they’ve faced compares to the battle to come. As they settle in to married […]

3 Writer Tips for the Summer Conference Countdown

Summer is here! #AlltheFeels In addition to leisurely mornings and extra coffee, we’re so super stoked about taking down our vacation TBR pile, bulking up our WIP word count, and … CONFERENCE SEASON! 1. Find Your People Writing is a single and solitary business, for the most part. In addition to that, for many of […]

Drifting: A Sneak Peek into a Mermaid’s World

The sea calls to her… The waves match her pulse. The ocean reclaims her. Welcomes her into it’s watery embrace. A strange new world awaits. But danger lurks in every corner. Her heart yearns for him. Will they ever be together again?   He searches for her. He will not stop until he finds her. […]

The Story Peddler Blog Tour

  First off, go buy Lindsay’s brand new book The Story Peddler. While I still haven’t gotten the pleasure of reading it yet, I’ve heard nothing but positive things about this story. Pick up your copy today! Second, we at Quills had the wonderful opportunity to interview the amazing and talented author of The Story […]

The Science of Story

Confession: I am a huge fan of superhero movies. Specifically, I love Marvel superhero movies. Take a look at any article posted online about the Marvel Cinematic Universe and you will instantly find the heated debates about why the Marvel movies are more successful than the DC movies. The theories range from criticisms of the […]