1. kehinki:

    Here’re all the ones so far! More to come probably. :p

    (if you’re interested, you can get them here

    I love these so much. <3 Especially “It’s probably just Loki.”

     
  2. An off-schedule Boosting the Signal—because fellow Carina author Shawna Reppert is in the last hours of her Indiegogo campaign for her book Raven’s Wing, the sequel to her last independently published work! If you like urban fantasy, come check this out, won’t you?

     
  3. kazhiggleb:

    Adieu Donc Cher Coeur by De Temps Antan at the 2014 Hornby Festival.

    Le meilleur!!!  <3 

    Reblogging because a) mes gars du De Temps Antan \0/ and b) this was the show they did right before the house concert I attended in Qualicum and c) “Adieu donc cher coeur”, my favorite song off their current album.

    Also Eric on bouzouki. <3

     
  4. 12:21

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    Tags: quebecois musicthe avengers

    solarbird:

    Anna mmmmm Olivier + Eric Beaudry + Simon Beaudry + everybody else in Le Vent and De Temps Antan mmmmmmm triple threat podorythmie goodness mmmmmmm XD
    Solarbird [to Anna] pray The Hulk never gets into podorythmie
    Anna LAUGHS!
    Anna says “Truly, TRULY dangerous podorythmie XD”
    Anna

    Reblogging because HA! The set of people who are fans of the Avengers AND fans of Quebecois trad contains more people besides me! ;D

    (Hi, kazhiggleb, I’m the Anna in the above conversation! And raging De Temps Antan fangirl. :D )

     
  5. 11:19 12th Oct 2014

    Notes: 27

    Reblogged from animatedamerican

    Tags: reblogging for truth

    (Source: drmuhlheim)

     
  6. fyeahthrillingadventurehour:

    The prequel comics have been released! $1.99 each, or $2.99 for both. 

    EXCELLENT. Get into my Comixology, books!

     
  7. Very proud to feature Wolf Interval, by Chrysoula Tzavelas, on Boosting the Signal! Soula is one of my very own Willowholt Tribe from Two Moons, and one of the four, count ‘em, FOUR writers who came out of the Willowholt. The Kickstarter for her latest book is in progress RIGHT NOW. C’mon over and check out her piece for Wolf Interval!

     
  8. Boosting the Signal still is officially on hiatus, but I DID get in some pieces to run, and here’s one of those today. This book is In the Void, book 2 of fellow Carina author Sheryl Nantus’ SF Romance series Tales from the Edge!

     
  9. 09:52

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    calvinanddune:

You must remember that I have at my internal demand every expertise known to our history. This is the fund of energy I draw upon when I address the mentality of war. If you have not heard the moaning cries of the wounded and the dying, you do not know about war. I have heard those cries in such numbers that they haunt me. I have cried out myself in the aftermath of battle. I have suffered wounds in every epoch-wounds from fist and club and rock, from shell-studded limb and bronze sword, from the mace and the cannon, from arrows and lasguns and the silent smothering of atomic dust, from biological invasions which blacken the tongue and drown the lungs, from the swift gush of flame and the silent working of slow poisons… and more I will not recount! I have seen and felt them all. To those who dare ask why I behave as I do, I say: With my memories, I can do nothing else. I am not a coward. And once… I was human.

This works amazingly well.

    calvinanddune:


    You must remember that I have at my internal demand every expertise known to our history. This is the fund of energy I draw upon when I address the mentality of war. If you have not heard the moaning cries of the wounded and the dying, you do not know about war. I have heard those cries in such numbers that they haunt me. I have cried out myself in the aftermath of battle. I have suffered wounds in every epoch-wounds from fist and club and rock, from shell-studded limb and bronze sword, from the mace and the cannon, from arrows and lasguns and the silent smothering of atomic dust, from biological invasions which blacken the tongue and drown the lungs, from the swift gush of flame and the silent working of slow poisons… and more I will not recount! I have seen and felt them all. To those who dare ask why I behave as I do, I say: With my memories, I can do nothing else. I am not a coward. And once… I was human.

    This works amazingly well.

     
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