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I was researching medieval Spain when I came across this video. It’s a live concert of medieval Spanish music, performed on period instruments. The gentleman who stands up and speaks occasionally is a celebrated expert on historical music of all types, apparently, and has numerous albums. Check it out!
Yesterday I released “Tap Tap Tap,” a short story. So, all this week it will be free on Kindle! Head over to Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071FDQKZW and get your copy right now. Here’s a little preview for you: “What are you doing?” Lily screamed at her. “What are you doing?” Helen screamed in return. Lily pulled
I haven’t posted a Music Monday in a while, and when I came across this last night I felt particularly inspired and wanted to share it. I can’t remember exactly what thread of searching through music on youTube brought me to Violin Revolution. I know I wanted a few different instrumental covers of System of
Back in 2015 I wrote about an interesting event: in an apparent bid to keep the rights to adapt the Wheel of Time series for TV, a “pilot” for a series was aired on FXX. It was unannounced, unpromoted, and unpopular. The post I made was purely fun conjecture, but it seems that now we
Floating through my social media stream was a blog post from Amp Toons about Peter S Beagle, famous author of The Last Unicorn and other awesome books. Even if you’re familiar with his works, you may not be familiar with his situation. Without getting into too much detail, Mr. Beagle hired a manager who stole
Starting this weekend, I’m giving away another shortstory that I just published through Amazon, called “Reality Check.” From the description: Agnolo was just trying to enjoy his lunch at his favorite pub. He’s not an unreasonable guy, and he likes it when people stick to the facts. So when a man starts telling preposterous lies
Waking up at 5am is something I’ve done before. Sometimes it was was so I could get to work on time, sometimes it was for a road trip or a convention, and other times it was because I wanted to get an early start to the day. Honestly, there’s nothing materially different about this morning
I’ve decided to make “Insomnia: A Short Story” free for Kindle starting today and running through Sunday! Some of you may wonder why I’m doing the giveaway this weekend, that is, Easter Weekend. Well, that’s coincidence… and what a great coincidence! What a better time to read a story told from beyond the grave than
So, due to popular demand at Steel City Con, I’ve decided to make several of my short stories available on Kindle. These are stories that I’ve been selling at the convention as individual printouts (in a nifty little book format) for over a year there, and I figured it’s about time I made them widely
This past weekend was the spring Steel City Comicon here in Pittsburgh. Because it was scheduled the same time as Tekko (the big anime convention in the region) a friend of mine, Dan, was in a tough spot: he relies on both conventions to earn enough money to get through the quarter, but he’s only