Tag: My Writing

Character Interview: Elk Elfbourne

Character Interview: Elk Elfbourne

Last week I interviewed Leafman, one of two POV characters in my latest Half-Elves rewrite, and this week I’m interviewing his older brother and the other POV character, Elk. He’s been the oldest of his siblings for the past nine years, and he’s a natural leader. He does his best to be a good brother, but he has a tendency to overlook things or only see the surface of his siblings’ issues and fail to support them effectively. Still, he’s super compassionate and protective and loving and I really enjoy writing him. I hope you enjoy his interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Elk Elfbourne”

Two-Year Blogiversary!

Two-Year Blogiversary!

Scribes & Archers is turning two! At least the scheduled, halfway-professional version of Scribes & Archers; the amateur, sporadic blog known as Alpine Writer is just Scribes & Archers’s backstory. But anyway, to celebrate I’ll be answering your questions, reacting to your assumptions about me, and sharing some things I’ve learned, and what I’ve been up to lately. Enjoy! Continue reading “Two-Year Blogiversary!”

Character Interview: Leafman Elfbourne

Character Interview: Leafman Elfbourne

Over the past few days I’ve been digging into planning a rewrite of The Half-Elves, which is a story I initially wrote between the ages of seven and eleven. It’s getting a massive overhaul, but it’s been a lot of fun to deepen the characters I’ve known for years and flesh them out to be more realistic. The story centers around four siblings–Elk, Sarabrina, Leafman, and Saria Elfbourne–who find out they’re originally from a fantastical place called The Hylands. The story follows Elk and Leafman most closely, and so far Leafman is my favorite in this version (even if he is a ball of angst). Without further ado, his interview. Continue reading “Character Interview: Leafman Elfbourne”