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Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
19 May 2008 @ 03:37 am

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Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
10 May 2008 @ 12:41 am

Chasing the Bard is a podcast audiobook by Philippa Ballantine that has, simply put, blown me away. From the brilliant writing, vivid imagery, superb voice talent, and magical feel (aided by perfectly placed music), Chasing the Bard is one of my favorite podcast audiobooks to date.

From the About on Chasing the Bard's website:

Chasing the Bard was born in the imagination of New Zealand author Philippa Ballantine, ignited by her love of both history and Shakespeare which she had studied in university. Twining these two works with magic and bringing to life the world of the Fey, she was able to explore her own thoughts on what William Shakespeare would have been like as a person and not just as a near mythical figure. In 2005 DragonMoon Press bought these imagings to the page, and it was nominated the following year for the Sir Julius Vogel Award for fiction. With the imminent release of the sequel Digital Magic in 2008, Philippa decided to assemble a cast of some of the best and brightest in the podosphere to give voice to her characters.

I don't want to give away anything with this one. Discovering the magic for yourself as it unfolds is worth it. Chasing the Bard is simply amazing. For anyone that loves or even likes fantasy, William Shakespeare, the fae, magic, or any combination of the above, check it out!

You can find Chasing the Bard at http://www.chasingthebard.com or by searching for Chasing the Bard on iTunes. 

 
 
Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
If the whole world had a chance to vote for the next US president who do you think they would vote.
Digg this, and vote for who you think should win (Even if it's Ron Paul :-)

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Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
12 July 2007 @ 12:03 pm
A writer is a person for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people.
- Thomas Mann
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Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
23 February 2007 @ 09:16 am

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"spray paint art.wmv" on Google Video
Spray paint artist from Portorož, Slovenia doing sci-fi paintings in less then 10 min. You can find more about artist and his art on www.sprej.com
 
 
 
Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
19 February 2007 @ 09:04 am
Joe Murphy - vital member of the Farpoint Media podcasting network, has been struggling with Cancer. He went under the knife to try and have it cut out, but it as spread too far through his system. Spread the word and show your support for Joe!

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Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
29 November 2006 @ 12:42 pm
Before NaNoWriMo, I had been working on setting up Cafepress stores with some of my photography and really crappy artwork. I was having a lot of fun with it. :) I have a bunch of ideas, but it was really annoying having to set up a new store for every image.

Now, everything is going to be combined into one shop! Yea! For my help with their shop and going to the shows with them, my parents paid for a year so I can combine everything into one store instead of having to set up a new one each time. I'm hoping this will be a good learning experience for me while I read up on things like how to make catchy descriptions, promotion, etc. Hopefully, the online store I'm going to set up in the first quarter of next year will be better because of it.

I still have a ton of work to do to it, but here's the beginnings of the new store. http://www.cafepress.com/crescentmoonhab
 
 
Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
13 November 2006 @ 10:51 pm
 
 
Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
09 October 2006 @ 01:46 pm
"Why is it that, as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two men holding guns than holding hands?" - Ernest Gaines

We would like to know who really believes in gay rights on livejournal.There is no bribe of a miracle or anything like that. If you truly believe in gay rights, then repost this and title the post as "Gay Rights". If you don't believe in gay rights, then just ignore this. Thanks.
 
 
Kryson ~ Mistress Macabre
01 July 2006 @ 05:28 am

Perhaps truth and meaning aren't destinations, but rather breadcrumbs collected on a never ending path.

- deo's shadow podcast

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