Pale Ghost ~ a medieval show tune!

Photo by John K ~ Pale ghosts

If Monty Python did Lord of the Rings: The Musical, it might sound something like this…

Yes, it’s another orc-like tune from the podcast of my episodic epic, Lore of the Underlings. Those nasty chaps “The Guard” have returned with a sweet little ditty worthy of the Middle Ages, if not a muddled Middle Earth… at least one way, way off Broadway!

I warn you — Les Mis this is not.

Pale Ghost (Replay from February 2014 at the House of Lore, Framingham MA USA, 1 minute and 4 seconds)

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Meet Guest Author John Klobucher – Lore of the Underlings storyteller.

Dear readers — I’m truly honored today to be profiled on the renowned author promotion blog “The Story Reading Ape”! Many thanks to Chris Graham for helping to tell my story and spread word of my epic fantasy-fiction series, “Lore of the Underlings”!
— John K

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Hi, I am John Klobucher, the author of many technical manuals that you’d never want to read. But I have to admit to also being to blame for Lore of the Underlings, an ill-advised epic adventure penned in thirst-quenching liquid language and poured out for your consumption in a series of tasty little episodes.

I have plans for many exciting instalments of this lyrical Lore in the years to come. For more behind-the-scenes news and nonsense, including dramatic podcasts of this series, hie thee to this bloggery

I have also been known to paint a little, including the watercolors used in the cover art for Lore of the Underlings.

I live in Framingham, Massachusetts, USA with my wife Diane, son Sam, and daughter Mia.

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Lore du Jour ~ Dog days

Photo by John K ~ Dog days

A serial writer’s notebook ~ from the pen behind Lore of the Underlings, an episodic epic…

We were recently in the wilds of Quebec and spotted these beautiful dog-like wolves. I think they pair well with this spot of Lore, from Episode 6, “Meeting Minyon”:

“Hold there elderman! Not so fast — only the Treasured of Treasured may pass.” The doorman waved a parchment skin clutched tightly in his unarmed hand. “The Treasuror’s left a special list and your name isn’t on it.”

Minyon bowed to the ardent Guard as if he’d expected every word. “Good soldier, I thank you for your service. Of course I would expect no less.” His voice rolled out in a velvet fog, thick as the drunk from a keg of grog.

Axon and Eela prowled in the background, awaiting a sign, their father’s command. Two trained attack dogs, canines Myne, minding their master from behind…

Happy dog days, everyone!

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Pale Ghost ~ a medieval show tune!

If Monty Python did Lord of the Rings: The Musical, it might sound something like this…

Yes, it’s another orc-like tune from the podcast of my episodic epic, Lore of the Underlings. Those nasty chaps “The Guard” have returned with a sweet little ditty worthy of the Middle Ages, if not a muddled Middle Earth… at least one way, way off Broadway!

I warn you — Les Mis this is not.

Pale Ghost (Replay from February 2014 at the House of Lore, Framingham MA USA, 1 minute and 4 seconds)

The photography of Michael Leacher ~ Pale ghost

~~~ The Lore is available in audio and ebook format ~~~

Lore du Jour ~ Fortress of solitude

Photo by John K ~ Fortress of solitude

A serial writer’s notebook ~ from the pen behind Lore of the Underlings, an episodic epic…

Today I’m away in my fortress of solitude finishing up a new tale of the Lore. And reflecting…

Thanks to those who have stood to guard all that we hold as good in the world. There would be no lore without you.

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