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Party music for Aculeo & Amunet

On the 22nd of September 2014, we had a party, over at the Facebook place, to celebrate the launch of the first collection of Aculeo & Amunet stories, The Hand of Isfet.
It was great fun 1.

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I’ve been toying with the idea of making some of the music played at the party available to Aculeo & Amunet fans – especially to those that missed the party.
So here goes – a tape with some of the songs and music we danced to, way back in September.

Enjoy!

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  1. so much fun, in fact, that I’d like to set up a Shanghai-nightclub-style launch party for The Ministry of Thunder. Might be even more fun – what do you think?
    Watch this space. 


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Join the Party!

1c2da034e4b54598aeed1af67cf2ec2fThe launch party for The Hand of Isfet is about to begin.

You can join the party by directing your browser to the Facebook page for the event.

Loathe Facebook?
Follow our weird shenanigans on Twitter by using the hashtags #handofisfet and #aculeoandamunet.

Twitter revolts you and Facebook gives you the creeps?
Well, leave us a line here in the comments to this post.

The Hand of Isfet is the new collection of sword & sorcery stories featuring Aculeo and Amunet, the (unlikely) heroes of Bride of the Swamp God and Lair of the White Ape.

Come join the party – it will be fun: we have no idea of what we are doing!


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Come to the Party!

As I’m writing this we’re less than a week away from the launch party for The Hand of Isfet, and things are going strong.
A bit hectic, but strong.

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IF – and that’s a big if – everybody that said they’ll be at the party will really be at the party, we’ll be almost 50.

Which is a lot, for me.
Actually, it’s more people than any other party I attended… except maybe that time in Kilburn when the girls in a university guest-house set-up a weekend-long bring-a-bottle party.
But that’s another story altogether.

And let’s not get scared by numbers – if you’re coming, or if you’re not coming, please spread the news.
Thank you!
We’re gonna party like it was 276 AD (yeah, I know, this one’s getting old…)