Last month saw the release of This Will Swallow You Whole, a book I wrote on philosophy, time and the evolution of consciousness. If you haven’t read it yet, take some time to read it! It only takes about a half hour from cover to cover, and the link above will bring you to a beautiful PDF version of the book. If you’re too lazy for that, I did an audio book version available here, read by yours truly.
This month ushers in a collection of songs that I’ve been working on for two years, collectively called Holograms. I recorded it over the course of two days the whole album is available for free download here*.
Sales of SAG have been increasing, and I’m very excited about the work that I’ve been putting in on the 2011 Addendum. Since it looks like I’ve been working on a one release a month schedule, perhaps it will be available in March? I keep pushing it back, but eventually it will be done! I’ve also decided to expand and create Sublime Minds Press, a new outlet to publish my work, as well as other authors as well. In the coming weeks, I’ll be unveiling a new website and will probably begin posting from there instead of here. This website will be updated to pertain only to SAG activity, while the Sublime Minds Press website will be all-encompassing.
In SAG news, I got to check out a free showing of the new documentary “Home” at Village East Cinemas. If you’re in the NYC area, definitely order up some tickets here.
*If you’re wondering why I’m releasing it for free, here’s why: I want you to actually listen to it! I have a stable job, and I don’t need to charge people for something that essentially was free to make. I didn’t have to press any cds for this album, so I didn’t pay for that upfront cost. What I do want from you is this: If you like the album, or books or whatever, tell other people about it! I want to spread my ideas, and I’m counting on you to help me. You can also buy physical copies of the books in the goods section of this blog.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful winter, despite the near weekly blizzards! Stay warm and safe, and enjoy the Super Bowl this weekend.