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Lady Dragon, Tela Du blog tour post #1: Author Interview: Kendra E. Ardnek

Today I’m celebrating the release of a friend’s newest novel–Kendra E. Ardnek’s Lady Dragon, Tela Du. We’ve got some info about her books, and then an interview with the author herself! 803 more words


Music is Passion: Bridging the Genre Gap

by Nadine Schwizer

This podcast tries to bridge the gap between different music enthusiasts by introducing them to a new genre each week – always presenting it from the point of view of the people who have a passion for their genre. 34 more words

Podcast Ma Journalism 2016

Gig Review: Emarosa/Sykes/Grumble Bee @ O2 Institute, Birmingham

I wasn’t sure if I’d ever get the chance to see another Emarosa show, but luckily they’re very much alive and well. Off the back of a fantastic, solid alt-rock album with ‘131’ they popped over to the UK for the first time in 5 years and reminded us why they’re still deserving of our attention. 45 more words


Album Review: Sianvar - Stay Lost

Sianvar is made up of artists from some of post-hardcore’s most respected bands so my expectations of this debut album were pretty high. Although the standard of individual performances is really high, it doesn’t come together as a cohesive package. 61 more words


The Headache Of Choosing A Genre 

I would say this sometimes happens to me. When I’m working on a novel, I do know the genre it is in. And the type of story I’m aiming for from the beginning. 359 more words


Playlist 1- Study Music

Here’s the best study music, even though midterms have pretty much passed. Maybe use this for finals in a few months! This playlist is filled with songs that have good beats but are mellow enough to keep you focused on the material, not the music. 76 more words