When you’ve been working on the same story for five years, you begin to notice the cycles of creativity and inspiration. Sometimes we’ll hammer out thousands of words in a single day. Other times, months
Every Monday, Marie attends a fiction writing critique group, where she reads aloud a section of The Grigori and receives feedback from the other writers. Yesterday’s meeting raised an interesting question: “What counts as character action?”
It’s been five whole years to the day since we first started rattling around the idea for The Grigori. In celebration, we’re sharing with you a (mostly) unedited transcript of our instant messenger on June 10, 2013.