ErikBorgo6 April 2011 at 11:28pmPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
You're really into magic cards aren't you? Do you do this seriously for a living or is it a hobby/life guide?
K'Ehleyr6 April 2011 at 11:33pmPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
I'm a songwriter - lyricist in search of my elton john, just call me Bernie
The Devil's Armor by John Marco
The Rolling Stones - single collection -
The London Year
ErikBorgo6 April 2011 at 11:42pmPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
Is Bernie short for Bernard? No I don't particularly want to be a cow! Not that cows are in any way bad. Do you have any work online? I'm an ex-mathematician who now makes a living creating websites, databases, pc apps. I tinker ineptly with electronic music to relax.
K'Ehleyr6 April 2011 at 11:43pmPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
Elton John and Bernie Taupan - Elton only writes the music and sings, Bernie writes the words
ErikBorgo6 April 2011 at 11:46pmPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
Do you have examples of your work somewhere out there?
ErikBorgo6 April 2011 at 11:54pmPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
Can you recommend a good songwriting book?
K'Ehleyr6 April 2011 at 11:58pmPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
Why yes I do have examples, hang on, I'll get the link
K'Ehleyr7 April 2011 at 12:05amPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
ErikBorgo7 April 2011 at 1:01amPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
So you're a poetess dabbling in witchcraft and lyricry? Great work! I know poetry when I see it and all that must've taken some time to write. Networking musicians on Myspace is a useful way forward, most of my artistic friends get great collaborators through there and all you need is a band of whatever genre utilising your words and surprising you. Especially like A Rose Without a Thorn, can see a Indie/Goth act going mad for that one.
ErikBorgo7 April 2011 at 1:11amPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
My Soul Has Thirst could be a wild Fever Ray type track.
ErikBorgo7 April 2011 at 1:16amPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
Thank you for those links, very interesting!
K'Ehleyr7 April 2011 at 1:56amPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
thanks, my fantasy songwriting credit is
I asked David Gogo if were wrote together, how would the songwriting credits read (that's his real name by the way)
Gogo Mountain or Mountain a'Gogo
He said since he lives on Gogo Mountain (here in Nanaimo) the credits could read Gogo/Mountain/Mountain
I ended up writing a song parody posting it at Am I Right song parody page
Oh to live on Gogo Mountain - Neil Young's Sugar Mountain
some of the purists here didn't like this one:
Song Parodies -> Viggo by Cynthia Mountain
Original Song Title:
Just after New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina
Original Song Title:
"We Don't Need Another Hero - Beyond Thunderdome"
Parody Song Title:
Parody Written by:
I have finally finished reading "The Little Engine That Could" by Hugo Moron. It was a tough read, but very insightful. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves anthropomorphic trains.
(spoiler alert: The Little Engine thought he could, AND he did!!!)
:-] :-] :-]
(sadly, this probably really is the last book I read.)
ErikBorgo7 April 2011 at 10:32amPosts: 102 (0 today)Status: offline
Between The Strokes of Midnight, by Charles Sheffield.
Beautiful By Katie Piper.
The horrific but inspiring story of a young model who met a guy on facebook who when she refused to sleep with him held her prisoner, raped her and 2 days later destroyed her face by arranging to have concentrated sulphuric Acid thrown in her face.
Incredible story, one incredible positive lady.
Hold the line, the line of strength that pulls me through the fear just as applicable to her as a San Jacinto Indian
Little rainbow15 April 2011 at 7:51pmPosts: 3951 (0 today)Status: offline
David Nicholls - One day
John Irving - last night in twisted river
K'Ehleyr15 April 2011 at 8:10pmPosts: 8422 (0 today)Status: offline
The other day Alysia got me the next section of Stephen's King's The Stand comic book - I only had 1 to 5 now I have the delux next section in hard cover - very faithful to Stephen King's 1,000 page tome
Harold is fat, but in the mini-series he was played by cute Corin Nemec, all they did was pad his butt lol
It's very graphic and creepy, so it's just like the book. The mini-series couldn't be that graphic as it was on ABC in '94
It has been confirmed that The Stand will be a major motion picture - hopefully a trilogy like Lord of the Rings - you can't squeeze a 1,000 page book into a 2 hour movie.
Watch The Stand Trailer Online Now!
Something has gone wrongâ€¦terribly wrong. Imagine if what you thought was just a common cold ends up as an epidemic that has the potential to wipe out the entire Earth's population! T
he apocalyptic battle between good and evil based on the classic best-seller by Stephen King, beginning in The Stand: Captain Trips #1 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Mike Perkins, is almost here and now you can see an exclusive look at this breath-taking series in a new online trailer you can watch right here
Mike Perkins on Stephen King's The Stand Captain Trips
Padowan15 April 2011 at 8:45pmPosts: 512 (0 today)Status: offline
Vue 7 - Beyond the Basics
Zondervan Greek / English Interlinear New Testament
The Spear of Destiny
rraven8 May 2011 at 10:15pmPosts: 3102 (0 today)Status: offline
Recently finished "Freedom" by James Frazer. Ugh. It's about 100 pages too long. And do we really need the symbolism explained? I think even a high school kid can figure out what a metaphore is.
The read "Somethign Beautiful for God" about Mother Teresa written by an incredibly egocentric Malcom Muggeridge. There's not all that much about Mother T in it, but it's big print and has pictures.
Last night finished "Dead Man Walking." It's about 20 pages too long and has not changed my mind about capital punishment.
Have now started James Michener's "Alaska." I highly recommend Michener's "Chesapeake", "Fires of Spring", "The Source" and "The Novel."