Special thanks to the New England Press Association for mentioning me in their current issue of their bulletin.
The bulletin reported on my recent hire at The Sun Chronicle.
I don’t take on many product reviews myself nowadays. With my amazing staff over at Blast, I’ve been able to focus on editing and getting a good issue out each month.
But I’m a writer, and I need to write.
So when I sit down to write a product review lately, it’s either a situation where I have something meaningful or unique to say, like in the instance of my 2000-word review of Gothic III (the longest review of the game out there) or when it’s a product that seems utterly cool, totally unique or just so out there that I simply must have a look.
That’s the case with “Trey,” a “gamers’ chair” that transforms shape and size in a zillion different ways. I’m cracking into one of these babies next week, so look out for the $250 chair in the June issue of Blast Magazine.
Big month coming up for Blast Magazine.
Instead of your usual leprechauns and shamrocks in March, Blast brings you a man and a woman who are fed up with all the stereotypes and myths about Irish culture. For instance, did you know that while most ethnic Irish people are fair-skinned, they usually have brown hair. The red hair we’ve come to associate with Irishness actually comes from Scotland, and blond hair comes from the conquering Vikings.
And it’s not all about beer, either. This month we sample some traditional Irish cuisine that will sell you on running to South Boston on St. Patrick’s Day.
Technology is still a hot topic in Blast, so lookout for a bunch of new game and software reviews.
Culture steps it up a notch too as we introduce Dinah Alobeid writing about some amazing ballet and dance shows.
So stay tuned to Blast!
PRrag has been picked for listing on Answers.com. Not many blogs are listed there, so this is a big step forward for the Rag!