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Monday, 10 December 2018

Season 6, Episode 8 – Special Guest Lauren Alder – The Codex of Desire

Season 6, Episode 8 – Special Guest Lauren
Alder – The Codex of Desire
The
SeanGeek’s Seanorama and FastFretFingers bring out their big gun (that’s Corey
Toews beautiful mug) to facilitate this special format episode of the show.
Laurie E. Smith, writing as Laren Alder has just released the Codex Of Desire
(which has not become a #1 bestseller) joins us at the Radisson Hotel in
downtown Winnipeg to talk about the book. They get in depth into the novel, as
well as covering some great topics including Keycon, Wild Prairie FurryCon, the
Radisson Hotel, McNally Robinson and a host of other topics. But yeah,
dinosaurs!

#codexofdesire
#keycon #Wildprairiefurrycon #radissonhotel #winnipeg #mcnallyrobinson

"The Codex of Desire: A Tragic Tale of Prehistoric Love"
Love and violence, war and lust, lies and betrayal — even intelligent
feathered dinosaurs fell prey to such savage impulses, more than 67 million
years ago. 




When Raoul Deguchi, a human palaeontologist,
touches the alien-forged metal band wrapped around the forearm of a small
theropod dinosaur fossil, he is mentally transported back in time to experience
the tragic intersection of five dinosaur lives. Girn'ash, a shrewd and
secretive female slave, falls in love with Tir'at~Esk, a dashing military
prisoner — and will do anything in her meagre power to win his freedom. But
Girn'ash's queen is determined to coerce the handsome warrior into her harem,
and when so many ferocious desires collide it might doom an entire civilization
to nuclear extinction.
The book can be found where better books are sold.
You can also get it on Amazon here:
If you want to follow Lauren, here are her social
media homes:

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/lsmithnovelist



Season 6, Episode 8 – Special Guest Lauren Alder – The Codex of Desire

Saturday, 8 December 2018

Season 4, Episode 28 – Deep Dark Cave/Disraeli Dreamers/Moon Tan show revue

Taking a trip down memory lane, the 6th most downloaded episode of the SeanGeek Podcast was this one. I reviewed the Disraeli Dreamers album release, with Moon Tan and Deep Dark Cave. It was also the show I voted for in the Uniter30. Take a listen for a review of the show, and please go check out all three of the bands that played that show. The Disraeli Dreamers are really that great a band and deserve all of the great stuff coming their way.



Not as great a review as you might expect from a professional like Ticketmomster​, but I try.



Thanks to Ryan Sorensen​ and Peter Vander Hout​, who have always been more than generous to myself and the boys in Dome​.



Disraeli Dreamers​ Moon Tan​ Deep Dark Cave​ The Uniter​The top 6 episode of all time.



Season 4, Episode 28 – Deep Dark Cave/Disraeli Dreamers/Moon Tan show revue

Sunday, 2 December 2018

Season 6, Episode 7 – Cheech and Chong and snowblowers

Season 6, Episode 7 – Cheech and Chong and
snowblowers
On the way to
the Cheech and Chong show, Seanorama and FastFretFingers talk about snowblowers,
Black Friday, gas prices, Sweden, winter, CAA, and of course Cheech and Chong.
They review the show, the legalization of marijuana in Canada, their Canadian
ties, signing to Motown, being mistaken for driving high, the smell of
Archibald, changes to Netflix, and their typical driving shenanigans.



#cheechandchong
#snowblowers #legalization #caa


Season 6, Episode 7 – Cheech and Chong and snowblowers

Saturday, 1 December 2018

Season 6, Episode 6 – Stan Lee (Extra Episode)


Stan Lee. What more can be said about the legend? He was Marvel Comics. He co-created Spider-Man, Dr Strange, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men and a host of others. He ran Marvel Comics. He was the pitchman for comic books as an industry and was integral to bringing it to the masses. Without his tireless plugging, and without his rich and deep comic work, he is the most prolific writer of the 20th century, the most influential man in comics, and the best pitchman for the underdog.

We talk about his influence, his wife Joan, his importance to society, and the moral compass that came with his work.

#stanlee #stanleeforever #marvel #writing #comicbooks #comics #mcu
Season 6, Episode 6 – Stan Lee (Extra Episode)

Monday, 26 November 2018

Season 6, Episode 5 – How to Buy a Car and Handle the Canadian Winter

https://seanorama.podbean.com/mf/play/2yh5qs/Car_care_and_Canadian_Winters.mp3


Seanorama and FastFretFingers talk cars. What kind of tomfoolery is this?

The duo educates and tells stories (in their own inimitable way) how Canada in the winter is, including temperature, car care, add-ons to our cars, and the general problems we go through.

They also share their stories of purchasing their own vehicles, and the pitfalls they went through, on what to look and ask for.

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Zohar at A-Z Electronics

Saturday, 24 November 2018

Early episode: Season 6, Episode 5 – How to Buy a Car and Handle the Canadian Winter


Want to hear the latest episode of the show before your neighbors do? Want to be talk on the block with spoilers? Make a donation on Patreon and be cool.

https://www.patreon.com/posts/season-6-episode-22910013

The latest on Sweden: the Novel - SeanGeek

There has been a lot of work going on behind the scenes here at seanmcginity.ca. For those unfamiliar with NaNoWriMo, it is a yearly tradition where writers across the globe spend 30 days writing a novel. That's 50,000 words in 30 day.

This time out I wanted to do something a little different. I wanted to take the book I had been working on (working title: Sweden) and get close to that final edit. This meant going back to a book I put a hold on when the kids were born. I have been spending my days and nights working through it, reworking parts, changing the sequence of the book around, and writing new sections. I am hoping to get the majority of the work done in 30 days. So far I have worked through over 35,000 words. A lot of the things that seemed thin were beefed up, some of the action was tightened up, some things have been trimmed down to keep up the pace in the story.

I have to admit, the changes have been worthwhile. It took 4 years, but it really seems like daddy brain might have some room back in it for creative brain again.

So what does this mean. I have some internal timelines I hope to make concrete soon. Once I have made it through this edit, I can timeline how I plan to get the book out there and where you'll be able to get it.

As per usual, I believe in go big or go home, so the novel probably won't stop with just publishing the darn thing. I have some big ideas with where I want to go with it. Stay tuned here at seanmcginity.ca or the Meet The Geek Blogspot and keep updated with the story on getting this to press.

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