Posts Categorized: InterFiction Gazette

Interview With Mere

Today I am very excited to introduce you to a delightful young character I got to spend some time with recently. She comes from a family of dragon riders, which is intriguing in and of itself. And her book releases today! Although there are more books in the series, this one is special because it’s… Read more »

Interview With a Raindrop

I’ve never done an interview with quite such a unique sort of character before, so when InterFiction informed me that they were sending me to Rainland to interview a raindrop, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had never encountered a raindrop before, I mean, other that the ones that fall from the sky in… Read more »

Writing Wrongs: The Capitol Caper

It took several trips into the story of my choosing before I felt ready to make the adjustments I deemed necessary. I shuffled around in the background, avoiding the narrative, which is a lot easier in a story being told from a singular first-person perspective. All I had to do was avoid the main character…. Read more »

Henry Fairchild At Large

My dear Reader, I am writing this blog post to inform you that as of today, we still do not have Henry Fairchild in custody. I am embarrassed to have to admit this, as tracking him has been one of my main assignments from the InterFiction Gazette, and I am no closer now to catching… Read more »