Scribbler's is as diverse of a group as we could possibly be. We appreciate our differences, and respect and value one another's uniqueness. At Scribbler's events you will find writers of romance, science fiction, fantasy, young adult, new adult, mystery, erotica, biographical pieces and more. Our wonderful, safe process helps writers of any level to find or strengthen their voice.

We also run an active Facebook writer's group and encourage you to come join us. It is not a critique group (though Scribbler's Ink does offer one-on-one critique services). Instead this group offers writers positive feedback as a platform on which to grow your writing. 

To see all of our currently available writing workshop click here.

Bobbi Lerman - Founder and Head Instructor

A self-proclaimed “muse locator,” Bobbi has been running workshops for over fifteen years aimed at helping writers unblock, and find their voice and inspiration. She founded Scribblers Ink, an active online community and website offering interviews with authors, writing tips, and daily prompts.  

Bobbi Lerman’s love for writing began at a young age when she would spend her afternoons crafting short stories about her extended family in the three family home she grew up in and about life in the North Shore. She earned a Degree in Fine Arts from MassArt, and is a member of the Romance Writers of America and Grub Street. 

Through the years, Bobbi's writing has evolved to cover a multitude of topics, from travel writing for blogs such as Wanderlust Woman, View from the Pier and others. Today she primarily writes Historical Medieval Romance and travel essays.

When she isn't writing or work-shopping, Bobbi loves to travel, having spent some time living in Europe. Today, she and her husband make their home in Nahant.

Bobbi is the author of a novella entitled Matchmaker Matchmaker in the SEASONS OF MAGIC anthology as well as her newest release, Providence in the SEASONS OF SURPRISES anthology. 

Read Bobbi's Award Winning travel essay, "Hitchhiking in Israel," or "Tea in St. Andrews."