« on: April 14, 2008, 04:19:59 AM »
I'll be there! I'm looking forward to hearing you perform.
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Goodkind rolling into pages of philosophical speeches from a character that would have been fine if he didn't repeat the same thing over and over clubbing you on the head over and over... and then he toned it down and got back to telling a good story with the last couple of books. My fear is the last book drops back into preachiness.I found that once the preachiness started, it never went away. In saying that, I still enjoyed the characters and story as a whole and the last book in the Sword of Truth series is definitely worth reading. I'm curious what his next endeavor will be.
Including Windows-only software with the download, even if it's free, would seem like a slap in the face to a significant (and growing) segment of your potential audience.
Of course, as with any music, just because you use acoustic instruments doesn't automatically make it good. It takes a talented artist to walk the line when using more melody & traditional instruments and keeping the music from becoming too sickly sweet. You don't want the music to wander off into the realm of something that gets played on the "Soundscapes" channel on digital cable.This is usually a concern of mine in regards to my music... and I know I've crossed the line a few times. Oh well.
Any ever play World of Warcraft?Yup, I did the WoW thing for about 8-10 months. As far as MMORPGs (massively multiplayer online role playing games) go, there's a reason it has over nine million subscribers. It's fun, and very rewarding to play casually... unlike most others that require you to spend way too much time to get ahead.