Monthly Archives: December 2007

At last: a list

Ever since I kept a weblog, I’ve summed up my year in music, books and stuff in a list. This year, likewise. Small change though: albums and song of the year don’t necessary have to be from the last year, as long as they were new to me this year. The List of my Favorite… Read more »

First Lines: The Ladies of Grace Adieu and other stories

As it is said in the preface, The Ladies of Grace Adieu and other stories, aims to throw some sort of light on the development of magic in the British Isles and create a sort of primer to Faerie and fairies. As she shew us in her novel recounting the history of the (Glorious) Revival… Read more »

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In lieu of cards

For the past three years, I’ve send some crappy cards around this time of year. This year, I didn’t. But I got a pretty damned good excuse:

Nearly there

Tomorrow, I’ll be going to my parents for Christmas. I’ll be back home on the 27th, for, you know work. Saturday, I’m going to see Krezip in Amsterdam, but I’m traveling via my parents and a friend who’s also going. I’m still debating whether or not to take the 31st off from work, because I’m… Read more »

Like I said I might

The second band I totally fell for was Savatage. I picked up their then current compilation album From the Gutter to the Stage, and their blend of theatrical metal and symphonic rock totally blew me away. In a short time, I picked up all their albums, and being the total idiot I am, I just… Read more »