Just for the curious…I thought I would say something about the new company logo(s). First, a little history. Then, I’ll explain the three parts of the logo. It all began with my dear friend and fellow writer, Regan Taylor. It was the early eighties and we were all living in the Denver area. Regan had come there to study at the Colorado Institute of Art and I was working for a living and raising two
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He can make you laugh. He can make you break out in tears. Or send a chill up your spine.The vocal control, the energy with which he reads, nay, narrates the piece. And then, the characters come to life. Hannibal plays every role, painting completely winning portraits. Whether it’s the most evil or the most sacred, he acts with great sensitivity to any role. He expresses the characters’ various emotions, sometimes simultaneously opposites.Add to all
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I’ve had a challenging spring. I caught COVID right as April began and it took me down for about nine days. I feel very fortunate I had at least gotten Pfizer #1 and I believe it lessened the symptoms severely.After that, it’s been high season at my “Real Job” office-at-home. As people return to normality, many home owners are either doing improvements or selling and moving. I’m sure you’re hearing about the real estate boom.
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I’d love to hear what people think. It’s been suggested a good subtitle would center it in the right genre: middle grade supernatural.
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Human Progress—The Bad, the Good, and the Factual My friend, Albert Halac, is putting together the financing for an amazing documentary film. It is a joyful reminder of the greatest aspects of human civilization and a positive vision the personal worth of every living human being. Will you consider supporting such a worthy endeavor?
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