A Slippery Slope

Isabella Ackerman was going to be in trouble. Big trouble. In trouble with her father. In trouble with her mother. Even her little...

Lucky Rabbit

Little Corban has grown up at Libertas, and now he's ready to be a helpful man around the camp. Corban pushed back a mass of brown curls...

Of Love and Slapping

In the spirit of the very first prompt, which turned into a short story, which brought us together, which eventually led to Mended, we...

Time to Change Things Up?

Sometimes, change can be healthy in your writing life. So, Marit headed out for her Polyface internship this last week. And of course...

What's Your Brainstorm Forecast?

Light showers? Chance of thunder? Flash flood warning? There's a reason it's called brain-storming. Do you like storms? I love them,...

So We Can Be Mended

There is only One who can truly mend us. As we've continued to work on our book, and as life goes on in all its joy, heartache, laughter,...

9 Ways to Be a Solid Alpha Reader

First, you might be wondering. “What is an alpha reader?” That is an excellent question. An alpha reader is someone who reads the first...

Co-Writing 101: Competent Communication

"Honest communication is built on truth and integrity and on respect of the one for the other." - Benjamin E. Mays We’ve been asked more...

Of Love and Coffee

We thought it was only appropriate that one of our first posts should contain the prompt that started it all. It is edited and slightly...

A Tale of Two Authors: Part Two

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." - A Tale of Two Cities "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times."...

A Tale of Two Authors: Part One

“A multitude of people and yet a solitude.” - Charles Darnay from "A Tale of Two Cities" It all started with a prompt. I (Marit) had hit...