2016

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2016 In Review

2016 was a very mixed bag. There were some wins and some losses and a bunch of neutrals. Resolutions Let’s take a look at my resolutions first. First and foremost, I need to get off my ass and get Path of Angels ready for publication. I will get this done this year if it kills
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One Page Podcast: The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin

Roanoke Academy for the Sorcerous Arts – A magic school like no other! Nestled amidst the beauty of New York’s Hudson Highlands and hidden from the eyes of the Unwary, Roanoke Academy is a place of magic and wonder. It offers everything a young sorceress could desire—enchantments, flying brooms, and the promise of new friendships.
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Back to Work

The Christmas holiday is sort of over. Technically it’s just started, but I’m going to ignore that little fact and get on with work. I spent Saturday with my mom celebrating Christmas. We went out to eat and then did a bit of shopping. I went way overboard on the Christmas present for her this
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Merry Christmas

Once again, I didn’t get my Christmas cards sent out. Yes, I know, I’m a terrible person. Instead, I will do what every sane person does now a days, I will tell everyone via blog post. Okay, some I might even go the extra length to call or private message. Today, I will be spending
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I fell in love with 2 Cellos several years ago when I was browsing a record store looking for vinyl for my son. They were playing on the sound system. They are one of the few musicians that I have an actual CD of their music. It’s amazing what two guys with 2 cellos can
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More Than One Way To Start A Rebellion

Decreeing that religion is the root of societies problems, the Council of Nacerma first banned religious practice from the public square, then later they outlawed the private practice of religion as well. There was minor unrest early on, but the people settled into a life of secularism, most of which had already adopted prior to
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The Geography of Path of Angels

I setup my world was setup based on some ideas that were floating around the internet at the time and a bit on history. I’ve done a ton of family history research and with that some historical research. One thing I noticed was that people tended to locate themselves in areas with people similar to
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