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📚 Author of the forthcoming paranormal mystery FEAST OF SHADOWS ⛩️ Tokyo, Japan 🍕 Bumfuck, USA 💥 Books explode when handled properly
📚 Author of the forthcoming paranormal mystery FEAST OF SHADOWS ⛩️ Tokyo, Japan 🍕 Bumfuck, USA 💥 Books explode when handled properly

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As we each leap into the unknown, I'd like to suggest everyone pin a post to your profile with the latest on where you'll be going. This is mine.

Also, if you take your leave of the platform, leave a final message to that effect. (Yes, it is already happening. Businesses and media outlets are packing up as well.)

Bear in mind that people often don't intentionally abandon a place. They go out with the intention of coming back but life intervenes and they just never do, which is why it's a good idea to pin a post now. You can always edit/update it later if your plans change.

Feel free to share this or pass the suggestion in your own words.

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I've gone with the big RPG group to try out MeWe. Anyone and everyone can add me there. As of today, it's been more active than here. We'll see if that lasts.

https://mewe.com/i/rick.wayne.author

For those who prefer something else:
https://twitter.com/StrangeJunk
http://www.facebook.com/131424800572690
https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/768937.Rick_Wayne
https://www.pinterest.com/rickwayneauthor/

I don't expect anyone to seek me out specifically, but if we lose touch for whatever reason, remember that you can always contact me directly and find my latest social accounts on my webpage.

https://rickwayne.com/

If you haven't, I'd urge you to sign up for my mailing list, whether you read books or not. I don't spam. In fact, I've sent a whopping TWO emails this entire year.

By signing up, you at least know you'll get an email from me sometime in the future, even if we happen to lose touch. (And yes, you can always unsubscribe.)

https://rickwayne.com/follow

Alternatively, you can just follow my art and fiction blog, which is also linked from my homepage.

https://rickwayneauthor.wordpress.com/

So lots of options!

art by Guillaume Ospital
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C.S. Lewis on realism versus fantasy in high literature.
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One of those little things here that surprises you every time you see it: wine and beer from an outdoor vending machine.
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"You know I'm not gonna buy you any more wigs
'cuz I'm not able,
but it look like you bald-headed women
could show me some hair sometime."

Some classic blues for your soundtrack to tonight.
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Kyu Sakamoto stands over popular music in Japan the way Frank Sinatra stands over popular music in the U.S. This song actually made it to the Western charts with the title “Sukiyaki,” which is a kind of food and has nothing to do with the song. The…
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Another for my collection of doors.

I hope you all are doing grand.
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Last music share for the morning. This song was never popular either. In fact, it's pretty obscure. The artist, however, is one-third of 70s electronic music pioneers Yellow Magic Orchestra. (Another member is Oscar-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.)

I'm not sure what to say about "Sports Men" (which I might have shared before). Check it out.
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Mariya Takeuchi's 1984 hit "Plastic Love" took off on YouTube recently thanks to the synthpop revival and the platform's obscure recommendation algorithm. One of the results was this 2016 Night Tempo remix with over 7 million views.
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Sharing some old Japanese popular music this morning. Actually, this was never popular. Starting in the late 70s, as the Japanese economy took off and her pop culture seeped westward, a number of artists began singing in English as Hiroshi Satoh did on his 1982 EP.
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