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Grief and Loss in YA Fiction

by A. Suiter Clarke Just last night I watched a television show where a woman gets in a freak bus accident after leaving her house to help her drunk friend […]

Different Forms of Storytelling

By Jenna Byers So I’m sure you all know there’s more than one way to tell a story. You can actually tell it to an audience, you can make it […]

Story of the Month: Becky Mayhew

This lovely month of July, we present our SoM award to the zingy, honest and bright Becky Mayhew. Hailing from London, Becky runs her own blog, in which she writes […]

What a waste of good banter!

Rowell’s Attachments delivers excellent characters in a cliché romcom. It might be a great waste of good characters and witty banter, but it’s definitely worth the read. Attachments by Rainbow […]

Story of the Month: Tushar Mathew

  Our month of June SoM Recipient is the talented Tushar Mathew. In his featured story “Tia”, we are inserted into a narrative that feels like a lucid dream. We […]

Thought of the Day: January 29, 2014

Here at River Ram Press, we are all about inspiring everyone we meet: Inspire Writers, Inspire Readers. We hope this fancy quote, found on Lost Pinup’s fabulous Facebook page (if […]