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

Inspiration Versus Success

Recently, two things have worked in tandem to make me realize a lot about myself and creativity. First, I've taken a job doing transcription. Second, I've had to suffer through continual banging on my roof, as the contractors had today to work on it... My only day off...

The Danger of Conquering the Muse

I never know what book I’m going to write next, not really. I can plan and schedule and figure out how many words I need to write on this or that project by this or that date, but when it comes down to it, I never know which path my inspiration will take me. It...

Learning to be Good Enough

My name is Lisa and I'm a perfectionist. I'm not sure I like the word 'perfectionist' because it presupposes that I think I can be perfect, which I don't. Maybe driven is a better word. Or intensely self-critical. Yeah. That's it. And, sadly, I don't think there's a...

My God, It’s Full of Stars!

Like most authors, I "stalk" reviewers on Amazon or Goodreads. I don't care about them individually (so don't worry), but I'm always interested to see how my stuff stacks up. What it's taught me is that every person's use of the star rating system is unique, which is...

This Is the Summer of my Discontent

Summers are hard for me, because I have the summer version of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Some years, such as this one, it exists in conjunction with a separate episode of Major Depression. It's a bit like how water damage and mold was coexisting on my ceiling last...

Struggle as Feedback: Writing With Self-Compassion

In April of 2016, I started a meditation practice. I took up meditation to help manage my anxiety and depression, which had spun out of control despite medication and exercise. As if by cosmic serendipity, the podcasts and blogs I consumed at the time all began...

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