Emmanuel Idaago Odogo

Emmanuel Idaago Odogo: Lagos, Nigeria Poetry is my thing. It lets me express myself in the most creatively captivating way. In poetry, every word is heavily pregnant, and can be beautifully understood in different ways; even in ways different from the poet's, but equally beautiful. As a poet, I can express myself and still be my … Continue reading Emmanuel Idaago Odogo

Writing Genre: Corrie Lavina Knight

I write science fiction. Why, I don't know, as I almost never read the genre. I tend to gravitate toward it in films and television shows, but my preferred reading genres are fantasy, historical, mystery, and romance. I suppose that would explain why my first series is a highly political space western. Chat with Corrie … Continue reading Writing Genre: Corrie Lavina Knight

Writing Genre Series: Becky Kapjon

This is a series focused on showing emerging writers that genre is a personal choice... I’m Becky Kapjon and I am a contemporary romance writer.  Since I am an avid romance reader, I decided why not tell my own stories.  I take my stories one step further, my stories are not a typical romance novel. … Continue reading Writing Genre Series: Becky Kapjon

Black Swan Planet by James Peters

Hello folks. So I only share reviews on books that I rate personally with 5 stars, we don't have time to waste with anything else, right? I had the privilege of reviewing Black Swan Planet by James Peters. This book is the typical boy meets girl meets chimpanzee meets a time jumping space Queen meets … Continue reading Black Swan Planet by James Peters

Self Publishing…Is It Worth It?

There they were. Those two words you thought would never happen. Six little letters. You type slowly and reverently: The End. The act of completing a novel is huge. Of the billions of people on the planet we are in a very small, select group of Homo sapiens. Soak up the ambiance because shortly you … Continue reading Self Publishing…Is It Worth It?