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Favorite albums of the year, part II

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Favorite albums of the year, part II

Posted By leekoven

The year isn’t even over yet, but so far I’ve found more wonderful music that inspires me and keeps me forging ahead in life.
Seventh Wonder – Tiara
Lovers of prog metal, rejoice! Seventh Wonder are back. Science fiction story, virtuosic passages, non-standard time signatures,

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Favorite albums of the year, part I

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Favorite albums of the year, part I

Posted By leekoven

I whine about there being many books and little time quite a lot. But it’s also true that there’s a ton of wonderful music (okay, mostly metal) I listen to every year. This year brought me some anticipated progressive metal releases and some pleasant surprises.
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Another perspective on my work

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Another perspective on my work

Posted By leekoven

A week and a half ago I discussed my manuscript with my friend N. N is a literary agent who does nonfiction. She also does editing for her agency. However, she reads hundreds of novels every year, mostly genre ones. She was curious about my

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Book Review: Nobody’s Hero by Bec McMaster

Book Review

Book Review: Nobody’s Hero by Bec McMaster

Posted By leekoven

The time and place
The American southwest (inferring by the mention of Gila monsters), 2147 CE.
The suspension of disbelief
An asteroid hit Earth and darkened the sky back in 2083. This bore several alien viruses humans fell prey to, becoming revenants. The wargs

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