The spirit, message, and energy of my books captured in song? Well, sure. I can do that. In other words, the sweep and swing of falling in love as expressed in music. How about from the guy's point of view? For Mercy's Embrace's Admiral McGillvary, here is the joyous Everything. And for Darcy … Continue reading Day 18: Sing that book!
Hauntingly beautiful, ever true. A much-loved carol from the 12th century. In Bethlehem upon that morn There was a blessed Messiah born. Merry Christmas!
What I did today with 400 friends. And look, no rain!
Sometimes it helps to cross-train with artists from other disciplines. Today, a TED talk from conductor Benjamin Zander. As always, he is a delight. He transforms the way we see classical music. And, I hope, the way my students see the craft of writing. "Observe his performance of Chopin," I tell them. As writers, what … Continue reading Benjamin Zander and Reducing the Impulses
Oh my word. The Piano Guys just keep raising the bar. This debuted at the beginning of last week, and I was too busy to watch. Big, big mistake. It's beyond great.