This month three items of interest to anyone wishing to firm up their bean curd: the long-awaited return of the irreverent Bean Curd Boxer in this special audio-book form, who also appears as a special guest on this month's podcast in the 10 Series. Finally, the give-a-way book of the month - something special for everyone interested in the development of the Tai Chi Form. Read on...
Finally, The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing has been released as a 4 hour audio book. The Bean Curd Boxer was enticed out of retirement to star in this final 4 hour performance. It's working its way out onto Audible and iTunes slowly, but in the meantime you can hear a sample on this months podcast here, or grab the whole delicious 5 item audio pack on Gumroad which includes:
The Beginners Guide to the Tai Chi Form - teapotmOnk's new and deliciously brewed new book will be offered free to download this weekend from Friday the 12th October on your local Amazon store. If you prefer the paperback version that came out last month, you can get that on the same page, and if you'd like to the online course for the Form, you can do that for a special price here. The following week it will be prised out of the grubby hands of Amazon and onto the iTunes store, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and every other ebook store in the known universe. (You may have noticed that all my other books have appeared on these platform these last few weeks as I attempt to disentangle myself from the Bezos tentacles.
The penultimate episode in the 10 series, looks at all the above items, offers up chapter 9 from the Bean Curd Manual (with a little one-off percussion) and discusses plans for life beyond podcasting. Download the podcast from your usual podcast source orget it here. And let me know if you think a remix of the Book with a musical accompaniment would be a good idea - a sort of Moby-esque version. I'm sort of tempted by not convinced but nor sure it would be worth al the effort....
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