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25 | October | 2013 | InkShard |
Have guest post posted on the blog “Sumiko Saulson” for my book duology
. Here’s a highlight… The Vampire Noctuaries
When I first got into music, like most teenagers, I was into Top 40 Pop Music. Between radio, and movies, and MTV, that type of music was the most commonplace. It was easy access. Simple to find. Artists being played in the American Bandstand and American Top 40 genre have evolved over the years, but those tunes have been the predominant staple of American teenagers since the 1950′s. During my high school days, I was into Madonna and Prince and Michael Jackson and Van Halen and Cyndi Lauper. That was my style of music.
Then in 1987, my whole musical world changed.
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