Fans were thrilled to hear a brand new song by Avi Kaplan.
Song For the Thankful —a song with thought-provoking lyrics sung with vibes that will also resonate with those who are fans of music by John Denver and James Taylor.
“Song for the Thankful is about finding gratitude in every aspect of life,” Kaplan affirmed. “The good and the bad, in darkness and in light. There’s beauty to be found in all of it and I hope that anyone who listens can find gratitude in their life regardless of what end of the spectrum they are currently in.” (“Avi…
Are all writers “created” equal?
The simple answer — No.
Granted, we are all apprentices to the craft of writing.
Here, we are the same, but that’s the end of our sameness.
Well, at least it should be.
Most beginners seek to emulate those they view as successful.
For me, I looked to Stephen King. Then, it was Terry Brooks, Nora Roberts and Sherrilyn Kenyon. I admired them for what they excelled in.
Stephen King has the knack for taking a story and twisting it into something unexpected. His characters tend to be heavily flawed.
Terry Brooks is the master…
“A short story is the ultimate close-up magic trick — a couple of thousand words to take you around the universe or break your heart.” — Neil Gaiman
I recently listened to a podcast by The Career Author where they discussed about short fiction. The gentleman brought up something I’d never truly thought about before.
That short story and short fiction can mean two different things.
Like I usually do when faced with a new way of thinking, I consulted a dictionary for further clarification.
Short Story: “a story with a fully developed theme but significantly shorter and less…
Camilla: I am a writer. I’ve been a teacher, an actor, a waiter, a shop girl, a production assistant, an office temp, a bookstore clerk, a wine rep, a social media content manager, a restaurant manager, a caterer, a martial arts instructor, and a bartender. I am a perpetual student and devourer of books, movies, and TV shows. I am a dog lover and devoted cat servant.
I have written six books in the OF CATS AND DRAGONS series with Carol E. Leever, and three books and three novellas in the WEREWOLF WHISPERER series with Bonita Gutierrez. …
Last year, I wrote on how I’d thought Avi Kaplan was possibly compiling an album by using the songs he released throughout 2019.
I was right!
On January 24th, he will be releasing an EP but with new songs (with the exception of I’ll Get By which is the title of the EP and the upcoming Tour).
To pre-order your copy of this EP, click here.
Starting on January 22nd, Avi will begin his whirlwind Tour that will span numerous countries overseas as well as the US. Check here to see if he’s heading your way.
Here is Avi’s latest song to whet your appetite for more!
(Photo Credit: @Avi_Kaplan Twitter)
In less than two weeks, Avi Kaplan (former bass vocalist for Pentatonix) will begin his first official tour (Otherside) as a solo artist. First concert will be performed at Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA on July 10th.
Beginning March of this year, Avi has released a new song (by video or audio) each month. Today, June 28th, the fourth song — Aberdeen — is now live.
Many of his fans are asking: does this mean he will be releasing an album soon?
As we wait on Avi’s answer, sit back and catch up on his new music!
If you enjoy watching disaster movies and love films that are created from other countries, then I think you’ll enjoy these!
From Rotten Tomatoes:
Nestled in Norway’s Sunnmøre region, Geiranger is one of the most spectacular tourist draws on the planet. With the mountain Åkerneset overlooking the village — and constantly threatening to collapse into the fjord — it is also a place where cataclysm could strike at any moment. After putting in several years at Geiranger’s warning center, geologist Kristian is moving on to a prestigious gig with an oil company. But the very day he’s about to drive…
Since it’s National Poetry Writing Month and that I’m from a family that’s musically inclined, I’ve wondered how interesting it was that songs, in general, can sound so poetic (and why on earth do people believe that poems can’t be sung?).
Both have a beat (rhythm) as you sing (or say) the words. Both have verses which tend to have some sort of a rhyming scheme. Both have the power to evoke emotions and images. On the other hand, the lines of a song tend to be much shorter than most poems; and frankly, a lot catchier (easier to remember).
Adirondack native now living in North Dakota. She writes dark fiction and poetry as well as articles revolving around the creative industry.