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“Dreaming I Die” is LIVE!

I am thrilled to announce that the third and final installment in my Dreaming Trilogy, “Dreaming I Die,” is now live on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle editions. Took me four years to write these three novels. I wrote them in such a way that they can all be read independently of one another, but they make the most sense when read in order. All three books now have slightly different covers that show off the cover paintings much better. #Fiction #HistoricalThrillers #LucidDreaming

1st book: https://www.amazon.com/Dreaming-Wake-Kim-Lombard-Robson/dp/1537043072

2nd book: https://www.amazon.com/Waking-I-Dream-Dreaming-2/dp/1541160924

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The British Empire’s grasp on the Americas was slipping right at the time when they needed those resources most. The massive amounts of tea they imported from China had created a huge trade deficit, but the Chinese were reluctant to let any Europeans trade outside of the Canton port strictly controlled by the Hong. So Britain sent a formal embassy led by Earl George Macartney.

Viking warriors!

24 Hours of Dog Whining

I know, right? Who wouldn’t want to watch that? Luckily, YouTuber JennaMarbles heavily edited the day.

 

“Ancient Skies Ancient Trees,” a series by photographer Beth Moon.

Between two relatively short videos, OverSimplified actually presents the American Revolution in a thorough yet digestible way.

Volcán de Fuego aka Fire Volcano in Antigua, Guatemala, has been continually active for hundreds of years. Photo by Angel Borrayo.

Between two relatively short videos, OverSimplified actually presents the American Revolution in a thorough yet digestible way.

“Ancient Skies Ancient Trees,” a series by photographer Beth Moon.

On this first episode of PLANET SLOW MO, Gav and Dan travel to the volcanic island of Iceland to capture thousands of liters of boiling water exploding in slow motion. They also thought it was a good idea to put the Phantom on a drone. Was it a good idea? Let’s find out.

This is Volcán de Fuego (aka the Volcano of Fire), Guatemala, by photographer Daiva Baleviciute. It is among most active in world.

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