Fantasy Skills

September 11, 2018 admintog 1

  by Raymond M. Coulombe You’ve seen this Fantasy character before, the one who’s good with knives. They go by many names and guises, but […]

Summer Reading

August 7, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe I never put up a suggested summer reading list at the beginning of the season. It’s not too late to […]

Death by Amazon

July 24, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Recently I received a panicky e-mail from a writer I sometimes follow. For reasons unknown, Amazon suddenly banned his books. […]

The Good Hero

July 10, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Recently I was sitting in on a writers’ panel. One of the participants mentioned something about heroes that caught my […]

Skill Sets

June 26, 2018 admintog 0

by Raymond M. Coulombe The publishing process is more democratic than ever before. It used to be a pretty high bar as publishing took a […]

Story Basics

June 19, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe In my not too distant past I spent way too much time wading through the slush pile of story submissions. […]

Out of favor

June 12, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe There are a multitude of writers, good writers, who’ve fallen into obscurity. Others have fallen out of favor. Ernest Hemingway […]

Serialitis

June 5, 2018 admintog 1

  by Raymond M Coulombe When is it time to end a book series? For example, did John Norman’s Chronicles of Gor really need thirty-four […]