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  • Books, Books, Books  As you can see above, I have finally gotten my e-books published for Kindle. They’re short, cheap, and lots of fun, so check ‘em out! I haven’t put them on Nook yet because, well, just figuring out the Kindle publishing labyr...
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    on Jan 16, 2012 in Music
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    on Jan 16, 2012 in Music
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  • Five Things Every Intermediate Piano Student Should Learn
    on Jan 16, 2012 in Music
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  • Review: Alfred Method Piano Books
    on Jan 16, 2012 in Music
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    on Jan 16, 2012 in Music
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  • Fun in the Sunshine State
    on Dec 29, 2011 in Travel
    Let’s face it, there aren’t many places in the continental United States that offer more fun in the sun than Florida. There’s a reason it’s called the Sunshine State. Beaches, theme parks, alligators—okay, never mind about the alligators, b...
  • Vacation Homes: When a Hotel Just Won’t Do
    on Dec 29, 2011 in Travel
    Sometimes when I’m taking my family on vacation, I can’t find a hotel that fits our needs. They’re too full, too expensive, too small, too inconvenient, just…too. That’s when I look for a vacation home. This might sound grand and luxurious,...
  • Banish the Blues With an Orlando Vacation
    on Dec 29, 2011 in Travel
    Right now it’s the dead of winter in my neck of the woods, and there’s only one sure way to escape the dreary, gray skies: head for sunnier shores. Right now I could really go for an Orlando vacation. I’ve been to Disneyland several times, but...
  • Hotels Should Be a Home Away From Home
    on Dec 29, 2011 in Travel
    There is a small hotel in a small town in Illinois that refuses to take credit cards. I know this because when I wanted to stay there, I had to reserve the room by mailing them a physical check, in the regular mail, with an actual stamp. When was thi...
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