Hi all, Now that the podcast of Layliana's Tale, the first story in The Todalie Stories series is complete, we would like to thank everyone who listened, subscribed and hopefully enjoyed the audiodrama. The podcast of Layliana's tale is an abridged version of the upcoming printed copy of the book which will have gorgeous illustrations … Continue reading Onwards and upwards
Good progress on the podcast preparation, had a shaky start, Humphrey narrated the 1st. chapter of the wrong book and was well into the 2nd. when I discovered it, Anyway, we're back on track now and nearly ready to upload the 1st. chapter of "Layliana". In this podcast we will also introduce the magical characters … Continue reading Podcasting
Sitting on the train to Sligo going from Rainshine to Sunshine, I thought of this beautiful song written by Thom Moore. the Scholar The train to Sligo moves too slow As it takes her from the school below She wants to be there faster than The train to Sligo ever can She wonders where the … Continue reading The train to Sligo
Trying to put together a short video to tell you all about our forthcoming Third Eye Audio illustrated Fairytale series. So difficult to get it into 3 mins. Help...please 🙂
Lough Gill in Sligo.
This is a preview of the music for the story of "Layliana", the first in a series of Fairytales (Books with Graphic audio and Illustrations) by James & Susan Blennerhassett & Vitya Malirsh which will be published later this year. I will be starting a Fundit campaign shortly to help us get the first two … Continue reading This is a preview of the music for the story of “Layliana”
Had the great pleasure of playing on stage together with my mother and two daughters, accompanied by Kieran Quinn on piano and Ken Mc Donald on percussion at the Sligo Grammar school concert for the Northwest hospice on Saturday night at the Knocknarea arena in Sligo. We played a piece of original music called " … Continue reading Three generations of Blennerhassetts on stage together