I have a tentative release date for West End on Audio – November 4th! West End – hard copy available now.
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Edgar Allan Poe’s most productive writing period was while he was married to Virginia Clemm Poe. (31 Stories written and published) Poe didn’t drink as much as he was rumoured to drink. One visitor to his home, William Gowans wrote:“During … Continue reading
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A nerdcation, if not obvious, is a trip that some people might consider pedestrian, strange, boring. I took such a trip this winter, and I found the trip quite the opposite. Perhaps, it’s because the recipe that is me includes … Continue reading