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SIX OF THE BEST… lessons learned from things in my cubicle

I was really reaching for a topic this week, but I think I pulled this one out rather nicely. Deep down, it’s about staying positive at work by surrounding yourself with positive icons.

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“A Guided Tour in the Kingdom of the Dead” by Richard Harland

I’m performing “A Guided Tour in the Kingdom of the Dead” by Richard Harland in this episode of Far Fetched Fables. Fast-forward to 53:30, and please excuse my lack of an Australian accent, as I was asked not to do … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Death’s Daughter” by Amber Benson

I have a thing about Death stories. My favorite is, of course, the Death of the Discworld (black cloak, scythe, TALKS LIKE THIS), followed by Neil Gaiman’s perky goth-girl Death of the Endless. Somewhere on the continuum is Piers Anthony’s … Continue reading

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