The story of an honest-to-goodness astronaut in his very own words. It's a blast(off)!
When the Steinbeck collection arrived, I first read Of Mice & Men, which was a bite-sized (albeit tasty) morsel of a book. Poor, sweet, doughy-headed Lenny! I was only delaying the inevitable, however, as I knew that I'd have to make penance for my youthful transgression and read the much more substantial, Grapes, from cover to cover. So it began.
Another day, another fabulous bow tie video. Over the past few months I've been compiling footage in order to create a promotional spot on behalf of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington D.C. (a wonderful organization to which I belong). The purpose of the video is to convince D.C. visitors that hiring a Guild Guide is their best bet for experiencing the city during their upcoming trip. Here's the final result.
Historic America's audiobook library continues to grow! My father and I recently finished recording work on our latest project and, much like our past effort, this is yet another offering from University Press. The title is, A Cold War Turning Point: Nixon and China, 1969-1972 written by Chris Tudda...