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Category: Inspire Readers

A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

I am really not one for romance. I don’t mind it mixed in with my distopian, fantasy or let’s-contemplate-the-meaning-of-life fiction, but if the romance is going to be the main […]

Looking for New Contibutors

If you’re a writer or an avid reader, artist or creative professional, the odds are there is something you can do with the RRP Blog. We are looking for contributors […]

She Spoke Like Late Autumn

A Poem by Chase Ambler She spoke like late autumn reds oranges yellows once fireballs lining streets casting golden hues below long fallen from shivering limbs now trodden in November […]

A Song in the Wood by Nicholas Trandahl

Spring had settled fully over Apple Creek Forest in Franklin County, Massachusetts, and with it came a bright and green exuberance. The namesake of the woods, Apple Creek itself, seemed […]

Do You Know Your Book Genre?

Many times, I pick up a book in my favorite independent book shop without realizing or caring what genre it falls into. But then of course comes these questions from […]

Summer Events!

Hi Rams! There are a lot of exciting things happening on the blog in the coming months. First off we have all new poetry from Chase Ambler starting this Friday. […]

HP: Mystery & Imagination Bookshop

This hidden gem is a MUST-VISIT located in Glendale, California. If you happen to be in eastern LA County, stop by and get lost in their amazing collection of rare […]

Writing Comedy

By Emily Alvarez I love writing comedy. I love to laugh and I equally love making other people laugh. It’s so uplifting and can turn a horrible day into one […]

Hemidactylus Frenatus

 A poem by Chase Ambler He called me Chichak, watched me hunt around the light bulb. He inspected ceilings, walls, closet doors, and found no ropes, no wires, no strings— […]

Barnes & Noble Review: Girl at War

If you grew up in the nineties like me, then you probably are not familiar with the conflict that arose in the Balkan region of Europe during that time period. […]