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 If you'd like to read the full entries from my blog's rss feed, rather than clicking though the links I post in my own account, here's what you need to do:

1. Go to the Dreamwidth feeds page: https://www.dreamwidth.org/feeds/
2. Where it says "Add Feed" and has a box for "feed url" paste in the following: http://alpennia.com/blog/feed
3. Click the "add feed" button.

Remember that I may not see comments posted on the rss feed entries, because there's no way for me to get notified of them. If you want to comment, please click through to the blog itself.

At some point in the future, I may find a way to export blogs automatically to Dreamwidth like I used to be able to do to Live Journal. But for now, this is the easiest way to read them.

ETA: Hmm, it looks like there should be an easier way to subscribe. If you go to the DW Alpennia feed page (https://alpennia-feed.dreamwidth.org) There should be a place up in the top header display that says "subscribe to this feed". If this works for someone, could you post a note here to confirm?
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 I'm going back to my more usual pattern of covering thick books one chapter at a time! Velasco will take care of almost two months worth of entries, which will give me some breathing space during my summer travels.
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 There are only hours to go in this great deal on up to 12 books by authors like Melissa Scott, KJ Charles, A. C. Wise, Geonn Cannon, and me! And as an extra incentive, Tomorrow I'll be giving away 5 Alpennia e-books to random interested bundle buyers. Watch this space for how to enter.
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I don't usually highlight reviews in my blog (I have separate pages for that), but I woke up to a really lovely Goodreads review of The Mystic Marriage from fellow Storybundle author K.J. Charles. If you have ever wanted to try some incredibly well-writen historical fantasy featuring gay male protagonists, K.J. Charles is pretty much the ruler of that sub-genre and I'm immensely flattered to be sharing a special LGBT+ SFF Storybundle with them and other equally talented authors. This truly is an unequally chance to think, "If I like the sort of writing and themes I find in the Alpennia books, what other authors are there writing similar work?"

[Amended to pronoun ambiguity until I have a chance to clarify my apparently erroneous assumption about K.J.'s gender!]

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I'm doing a pair of podcast episodes on both Sappho the historic woman, and Sappho the legend and icon, including a tour through how her poetry was received and translated over time. I'd love for folks to support the existence of this show (part of The Lesbian Talk Show) with downloads and show feedback. Show my podcast host that people are clamoring for more stories of women-loving-women taken from the pages of history books.

Here's the current episode link.


And here's a page with links to all the past shows, so you can catch up.

I don't do the podcast for fame and fortune--I do it for love. It would be cool to get some love back. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast feed (such as iTunes, Podbean, or Stitcher) and it would be fabulous if you left a rating and review specifically mentioning how much you enjoy the history podcast.
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 It occurs to me that I would work my way through my current blogging dry spell by reprising a bunch of old LJ posts (now here on DW) that I want to have live on my Alpennia blog. Up until now, the stuff I've been moving over has been assigned its historic date. And I could see doing that with things that have a clear temporality (like in-process writing blogs). But some of the essays and think pieces could just be tagged "originally posted on [date]". I dunno. I don't want to duplicate my entire LJ at Alpennia--a lot of it was ephemera--but especially the writing-related stuff would be nice to have all in one place.

What do you think?

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