Many thanks to Pam over at the daeandwrite blog for asking me to review a recommended book. I’m happy to share the link to my review of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods posted on Pam’s excellent book blog. Check it out.
Happy 2015! If part of your new year plans include reading great books, beginning or continuing a book club, eating great food and listening to good music, I hope you’ll include daeandwrite in your plans. My next featured book will be The Hundred Year House, by Rebecca Makkai, one of my top five reads of 2014. But today, special guest blogger Maestro Robert Baldwin, Music Director/Conductor of the Salt Lake Symphony and Professor at the University of Utah, joins us to review American Gods, by Neil Gaiman. I know “Dr. B.” from performing in It’s a Grand Night for Singing at the University of Kentucky for several years. Dr. B. returns to his former home at U.K. to conduct the show, and spread his good-humor and knowledge. He also writes about music, creativity, imagination and the spaces in between: https://beforethedownbeat.wordpress.com.
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