Author: Chase March

  • Recommended Read – Will & Whit

    Will & Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge I fell in love with Laura Lee Gulledge’s first graphic novel Page by Paige. The book spoke to me on so many different levels. As such, I eagerly awaited more material from her. The title and cover art  might lead you to believe that this is a romantic tale […]


  • Xenocide (Ender’s Game trilogy)

    I fell a little behind on my reading log for 2013. So for the rest of the week, I will be catching up on blogging about those books I finished off the year with. Xenocide by Orson Scott Card I love Ender’s Game. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read and the sequel, […]


  • Access: Soul Khan (Live Today)

    Conshus and I team up to interview all sorts of hip-hop artists in a weekly feature we call Access. This is live and interactive radio at its best. You can tune us in on 91.5 WPRK in Florida on your radio dial or worldwide on Our Show, Kevin Nottingham, and The Word is Bond. Soul Khan will […]


  • Chasing Content – January 2013

    It’s the first of the month, the first day of the year, and the first edition of Chasing Content for 2014! I wonder where the road will take us this year. In the meantime, let’s look back at all of the great things that were happening on the blog last year at this time. Read all […]


  • Keep Your Resolution by Not Breaking The Chain

    Karen Kavett has developed a great tool to help us keep our New Year’s Resolutions. It’s brilliant in its simplicity. It involves creating a calendar for each of our goals and then tracking them. You can download the 2014 Don’t Break the Chain Calendars for free from her blog. Basically, for each calendar that you […]


  • 2013 – It’s a Rap

    At the start of the year, I decided to set some goals. I know I should have looked back at these before now, but I didn’t. I really should have. There is no point in setting goals or making New Year’s Resolutions if you aren’t going to keep them forefront in mind. The problem is […]


  • Jack of Fables Comes to an End

    I’ve been following the adventures of Jack Horner a.k.a. Jack the Giant Slayer a.k.a. Jack Frost since I first discovered this comic book series. It’s been a great read . . . but all great things must come to an end. I’ll admit that it felt like the series ended with the last issue. I […]


  • A DOPEfm Christmas 2

    I get bored of the same old Christmas music every year, that’s why I do my best to bring you a fresh hip-hop mix every season. I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t have to repeat too many songs from the first edition of A DOPEfm Christmas. This years collection features these tunes Foreknown ft. […]


  • Access: Louis Logic

    I will be live on the radio later today in a segment we call Access.  Louis Logic will be our special guest for this week’s show. You can listen live on the radio or watch the visual stream and ask questions via the chat room. You can tune us in on 91.5 WPRK in Florida on […]


  • Polarity Bear Tours the Zoo

    Polarity Bear Tours the Zoo: A Central Park Adventure by Sue de Cuevas and Wendy Rasmussen This book tells the story of a polar bear who lives in a zoo. She is unhappy being caged up with nothing to do. This is the first picture book that I’ve been asked to review. Like many illustrated […]