Embrace Your Voice

December 13, 2017 admintog 0

by Patrick LeClerc The thing that makes me fall in love with an author is the voice. The way that a writer uses language, chooses […]

Let Me Check My Notes

December 12, 2017 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe The humble old fashioned paper notebook is often overlooked by today’s writers. That’s a mistake. Paper and pen are not […]

No Picture

writing, It’s a Journey

December 8, 2017 admintog 0

Most anyone can string together words to make coherent sentences and build up paragraphs.  That doesn’t mean it will be a great, compelling work. When […]

Story Length?

November 28, 2017 admintog 0

  By Raymond M. Coulombe How long should a story be? One could say it should be as long as it needs to be, no […]

Reading Out Loud

November 22, 2017 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Most of our reading is done silently. If we are clever our lips don’t even move. Historically, that wasn’t always […]

Epic Poetry

November 21, 2017 admintog 1

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Not a lot of that in wide circulation these days. In fact, poetry in general has been a niche market […]

To Challenge or Not?

November 14, 2017 admintog 0

  By Raymond M. Coulombe Do you ever wonder why so many stories seem the same? Plots, characters, settings -so many stories are cut from […]