Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Cherish the Music - Truly, Madly, Deeply

I love to listen to music while I'm writing and I've noticed that I'm not alone in this, because a lot of writers, past and present, have done the same. This song, by Savage Garden, really fits aspects of my storyline so beautifully.


Monday, March 11, 2013

Thank You!

You know something? I really appreciate the way the people here at Blogspot aka Blogger keep things running so well. I love all of the nice features they provide and I just wanted to stop in to say -- Thank you!!!

Music Monday's New Home - Mew

Mew is a band I discovered for myself between 2005 - 2006. But they've been active since the 90s. I really love their Indie sound and hope you will enjoy them too.

Introducing Palace Players, The Zookeeper's Boy, Special, Repeaterbeater, Beach, Choppy Waters Ahead (Interview)

Snow Brigade



Like Paper Cuts

Swimmer's Chant



Have a meditative evening.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Cherish Technology

Hello! I hope everyone has been having a nice weekend.

This blog entry doesn't really have anything to do with my upcoming novel, per se. This is just something I watched that gave me a lot of excitement and hope for the future.

So, I gotta tell ya about this show by National Geographic that I just saw. It's called, Make Me Superhuman, and it's all about exoskeleton technology. If you haven't seen it yet, you should, because it's freakin' awesome!!!

I LOVE the eLEGS, especially, because I love it best when we humans use our technology for the good of man (and woman) kind.

There's one part where a guy uses his own home-built unit to throw a car over the side of a cliff. I had to laugh, because I couldn't help but think of this guy I used to know who could have done that without the exo-skeleton -- given a bit of adrenalin, that is. lol

Anyway, Make Me Superhuman is available on Netflix, so check it out!

Have a restful day.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Cherish the Poetry - Derelict

                      The storm came driving the surge with a force of reckoning.
                              Tempest-tossed now you lay forgotten, forsaken.
                  What did you think that fateful night - the lower lights beckoning -
             This, too, shall pass and upon the dawn I will awaken to a bright, new day?

                                                                                       - Lee Lane
                                                                           (From: Carrie's Bad Poetry)