Bye bye, Rambunctious Ramblings…
RRPI is closed.
Thank you all for your love and support. It meant the world to us.
An online ‘magazine’/publishing company, that gave opportunity to many new up and coming authors. Sadly, RRPI just closed its doors.
I do not know the reason, none was given – it could be personal, financial, whatever, but I hope no-one got hurt in the process.
I am sure there are hundreds of such magazine, the competition must be fearsome. I had a short story published in, Collective Ramblings, Volume 1, ‘ZIP’ – about a race set in some future Earth; if you’re interested.
RamRam gave us some intriguing themes at times, and allowed us to let our memories run away with themselves. They had a Facebook page, a Twitter feed, an Authors online ‘Café’, where ideas could be exchanged, questions asked and help and advice given freely.
Now it is all gone, I wonder how many such little endeavours fall by the wayside each year?
I wonder, why is it so hard for these businesses to survive? Is it simply because there are so many of them, or maybe, just maybe – the dark thought occurs – there just aren’t enough writers who are good enough to fill their pages!!!!!