Writing with a co-writer is more fun and thrilling than writing alone. It is like playing a literary game of chess. Zoe writes a scene and then I tag on the next and so on. Whomever’s turn it is to write the first paragraph, ultimately determines the genre of the book, but a lot can happen from start to finish and we both relish in throwing the other a curve ball, sending them sprawling in a direction they had not planned. Today Zoe has thrown me for a loop by putting me inside of a comic shop for a Dungeons and Dragons Game! I did play one time when I was thirteen at a friend of my cousin’s. It was fun because there were so many people there, but I never did it again, so now I am at a total loss of where to go with this next scene. I have just scanned local comic shops and now I must do a little research. Touche, Zoe! You got me this time….
Poetry and Pyres, by Zoe Tasia
Warm entertainment with fun plot and mischievous characters…. In Poetry and Pyres, A Shrouded Isle novelette, Jessie is almost all grown up and about to sail off to University. What will that mean for her budding relationship with Gavin?...Read more All blogs