Who are the Scriptors?

The Scriptors is a collective of independent adult and young adult authors who strive to create engaging fiction in a competitive industry. We are all very proud of what we do, and we created this collective as a means to support one another in our writing careers. We believe that if you enjoy one of our stories, you’ll enjoy the others as well. You can find our newest releases below, as well as a weekly blog, where we post about our writing journeys, books, and upcoming promotions.

Take a look around our website! You may just find your next favorite book.

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Our Latest Releases


Our Blog

On Writing for Yourself

Every author has ideas they want to get out into the world. Sometimes, the story isn’t about finding an audience. Sometimes, the story isn’t about gaining readers. Sometimes, the story is written for the sole benefit of the author. I’m speaking...

Another Book, Another Release Day

Today, I released my second novel out into the wild, and it’s a bit surreal and almost shockingly normal-feeling compared to the release of my first book. With The Brass Giant, I was terrified of failure. Terrified of everything that might go wrong. I felt like I was...

Back to the Word Mines

I started writing my first novel (don’t worry – it’s safely trunked on my hard drive) in the summer of 2004. As of today, I am 8,000 words into my twelfth. In the past twelve years, I’ve written upwards of two million words, between novels,...

How I Do It

One of the fringe benefits, I guess, of serializing longer works in shorter chunks, is that I’ve iterated a lot the last couple years. In fact, I’m about to produce my eighth title in the last 24 months. It’s really taught me how I write. Not how TO write. But how I...

Musings of a Mermare

I spent last weekend at Bronycon, the world’s largest My Little Pony convention. I cosplayed a mermare, something that has yet to appear on the current TV show (Friendship is Magic), but which has been featured in a picture book and the comics. I got to walk...