Honestly, trying to get a face to face with somebody in the publishing world reminds me of calling customer service of a phone company and trying to get to actually speak to a real person instead of being sent round in circles pressing option 1,2,3 etc. but never actually ending up anywhere that can fix your problem…..I shall scream!
Round and round the mulberry bush!
Published by James Blennerhassett
I am a session bassist and contemporary composer based in Ireland, most of my studio work these days is done from my own studio via Dropbox etc. I am also a member of Derek Ryan's touring band. I play Double bass and Bass guitar and most recently a derivative of the Chapman Stick, the NS Stick and several other instruments when I must :-) I have two solo instrumental albums on release called "End of a longer day" and "A small shadow" and my sister Susan and I are currently writing and recording a series of Audiodramas/Books called the The Todalie Stories, a series for kids of all ages including adults that refuse to grow up. comprising Text, Audio & Illustrations (by Vitya Malirsh), inspired by special people, the unseen little folk, and other fantastic creatures that inhabit the woods, streams and lakes on this island . The stories explore the concept of triumph over adversity and illustrate the importance of inclusiveness, the powerful impact of community spirit, bringing together disparate groups to achieve a common goal in a respectful inclusive space. The first story (abridged) is available as a Podcast called The Todalie Stories on all good podcast providers and on www.todalie.com. During lockdown I completed a course in Music Composition for Games in Pulse and Griffith College Dublin, and am currently involved in several exciting writing projects so watch this space! View all posts by James Blennerhassett
3 thoughts on “Round and round the mulberry bush!”
I am a musician and a writer and I have just linked your blog to my W posting in the A to Z Blog Challenge 2014.
Good luck on your endeavors.
Thank you Pat, much appreciated. JB
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