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Genre Musical Chairs?

By Alberto Pupo

An author one has to think what genre to write in. Does one go all in one particular genre? Or bounce around all over the place taking a little bit from here, a little bit from there? 314 more words

General Blogs

SpAN Interview with Jamieson Wolf

Your humble SpAN Editor here. Over the next several weeks I have the privilege of interviewing the talented authors and contributors of the Spoonie Authors Network. 1,774 more words

Canadian Content

InD'Scribe Author Deanna Jewel


When I “Fall into the World of Extraordinary” I always want to…

…meet extraordinary people and learn about their world! I’ve been fortunate to have already met many who fit that category and I look forward to meeting more wherever I travel. 197 more words

Exposition Review Vol. II: "Surface" is Now Available

Here it is! Exposition Review‘s latest issue Vol. II: “Surface” is now available online!

“Surface” is all about perspective. Full of unique voices and blending genres, this issue is a close examination of the superficial and the sublime, of the hidden depths and delicate tensions inherent to the human experience. 166 more words

Art & Culture

Flashback Fridays: Tribute to Prince One Year Since His Passing

  Today marks the 1-year anniversary of the passing of Prince.  Unfortunately, this week Prince was making headline, but for the wrong reasons. However, in this article, I will honour the late singer and his music. 130 more words

Multi-Genre

Bastian Baker's Latest Single Five Fingers

Bastian Baker has released a new single entitled Five Fingers. It has an interesting beat that I have not heard with Bastian’s music. It’s a love song that uses the five fingers as a metaphor of how true love is forever. 156 more words

European Music

An Angel Among Us

By J.E. Spina

Blurb

A collection of short stories that covers several genres including romance, grief/loss, mystery, suspense, sci-fi, fantasy and paranormal. This book is dedicated to a courageous friend who passed this year. 814 more words

Book Reviews