The BeagleSword was “dream”
and the rabbit hole was a wizard's wandering into twilight.
You and I were along for the ride.
I hope you enjoyed the scenery.
(Do you like my gold sky?
Do you wonder what's behind it?)
Benjamin stumbled us into twilight, then “rosemary and thyme” led us to poet Keats and songwriter Simon who whined their melancholy tunes about lost love.
Sean Taylor and Dave Nevland just posted an utterly fabulous audiobook production of Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland in the FREEBIES section at WizardAcademyPress.com. Dozens of professional character voices, music, sound effects, the works. This is the kind of audio production you would expect from Disney or Pixar. Run time: 2 hours, 32 minutes.
Yours. Free. Download it now.
Have you ever seen The Outsiders?
It's one of those movies like The Breakfast Club,
a bunch of kid actors who all went on to become famous.
In this scene from The Outsiders, Ponyboy recites
Robert Frost's Nothing Gold Can Stay.
Notice the twilight.
Stay gold, Ponyboy.