• Well, by order of social distancing, I have been travelling to a galaxy far, far away for my creative productions. Today’s episode features my efforts to promote a recent online workshop I was giving to my writers’ group wherein I provided suggestions for combatting the inevitable pangs of anxiety that rise up in most of our bellies before any public speaking venture.

    With the assistance of our planet’s greatest-ever composer, John Williams, and the cast of Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, I present the following inspirational promotion. If you can listen to the swing of John Williams’ baton and not feel courage gathering inside you to take on those evil butterflies, then you’re either on the wrong side, or you’re a droid.

    May the 4th be with you!

    (Our next episode FUN WITH INTERGALACTIC SOCIAL DISTANCING, PART II will feature a collision of Star Wars and the great television comedy, Cheers.)

    Posted by SethBlog @ 9:28 AM

  • 2 Responses

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    • Tom Durrie Says:

      I trust you’re kidding about John Williams.

    • SethBlog Says:

      I never kid about John Williams! (Although, hee, hee, I was secretly hoping someone with your musical expertise wouldn’t catch my uneducated preference.) Indeed, I recently Facebook-published, by request of our friend Colin Gadsby, a list of the top 5 musical compositions of all-time. I list them below. Do feel free to attempt to improve upon them. 🙂

      (1) “The Force Theme” From Star Wars IV: A New Hope by John Williams
      (2a) “Star Wars Main Title Theme” From Star Wars IV: A New Hope by John Williams
      (2b) “The Throne Room and End Title” From Star Wars IV: A New Hope by John Williams
      (3) “Indiana Jones Main Title Theme” from Raiders of the Lost Arc by John Williams
      (4) “Ode to Joy” from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven
      (5) “Superman Main Title theme” from Superman: The Movie by John Williams.

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