The Oikoumene – Fantasy World Map

Originally blogged on TheFallenOdyssey.com: This new map, created by author C.B. McCullough, is based on the fantasy world of The Fallen Odyssey book series and features locations mentioned in Book 1: The Fallen Odyssey (2013), and Book 2: The Fallen Aeneid (2014), new fantasy books in the young adult fiction category. Readers can attest to the fact that the Oikoumene […]

Free Audiobook Download

Originally blogged on TheFallenOdyssey.com: A new release fantasy novel is now available as a free audiobook, read by the author himself. Listen for free to Chapter One of The Fallen Odyssey, the first novel in the epic young adult book series. When a young man from Earth finds himself in an alternate world, his fate becomes entangled […]

The Final Frontier: The Top 10 Most Sexist Moments in Star Trek: The Original Series

Equality and respect… The final frontier. It’s no secret that J.J. Abrams’s reboot of the Star Trek series has caught some flak for its representation of women. Not only did many viewers and critics believe the importance of the reboot’s female characters was downplayed—their roles reduced to simply supporting the white, male leads—but Star Trek: Into Darkness also featured a […]

C.B. McCullough – Mercenary Of The Written Word

Hi! My name is Corey McCullough.  I’m an author, freelance writer, proofreader, editor and former archaeological technician.  I live in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia with my wife and a small menagerie of pets.  When not writing, I can usually be found reading, playing guitar, enjoying the outdoors with friends and family, or binge-watching reruns on […]

C.B. McCullough Loves Sequels… Sometimes

C.B. McCullough Loves Sequels… Sometimes Sequels: the double-edged sword of the film industry. Like all movie geeks, I love a good sequel, and I hate, hate, hate a bad one.  It’s a pity that such a vast majority of Part 2s fall into that second category.  So what do good sequels do right, where the bad ones go […]

The Writer’s Road

“Some, dreading that awareness of how they do what they do would cripple their spontaneity, never study the craft. Instead, they march along in a lockstep of unconscious habit, thinking it’s instinct. Their dreams of creating unique works of power and wonder are seldom, if ever, realized. They put in long, tough days, for no […]