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Song of the Sirens

Mystical creatures exist between the lands, hiding in plain sight, choosing their victims wisely. In the deep, sparkling blue waters of The Maechora, there are beautiful women and stunning men who sweep through the bay. 662 more words


A prelude to pleading the Crimea Case, Part 2

After becoming part of the Russian Empire in 1783, the 19th century was a period of relatively calm for Crimea. Driven by a truce between the Russian Empire and its opponents the Ottoman Empire and British Empire, the Black Sea was neutralized and Crimea was no longer the prime target to weaken the Russian Empire and the strong Black Sea Fleet stationed in and around Sevastopol. 1,373 more words

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mikrotest Honda Prelude MKV

efter at havde prøvet en Prelude MkIV kunne det være sjovt at sammenligne den med MKVeren og da caros i nærheden af Brørup havde et fint eksemplar stående var det bare med at tage afsted. 165 more words


A prelude to pleading the Crimea Case, Part 1

The peninsula of Crimea has become in the focus of attention in February 2014 and for many, that is also the moment that the history of Crimea started. 1,632 more words

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Kindle edition promotion

I just submitted the Kindle edition of Nocturne’s Reaping: Prelude. It should be available in about 12 hours. I’m planning to do a free promotion of the book for five days starting on Friday, February 27th. 8 more words


Well, it's not perfect...

Well, I wasn’t expecting it to happen this fast, but the first book Nocturne’s Reaping: Prelude is available in paperback form on Amazon. I was originally going to try to do a pre-order, so that the paper copy and the Kindle would release the same day, but alas… I formatted the paper copy myself, and it turned out well. 245 more words


Purcell, Nielsen, Brahms – Royal Northern Sinfonia with Mario Venzago and Julian Bliss at Sage, Gateshead on 12th February 2015

I like watching Mario Venzago with the RNS. He just enjoys it so much. Coming onto the stage in Hall One he had a big grin on his face on Thursday night and seemed as pleased as punch to be there. 758 more words