Sunday, January 29, 2006

Episode 13: Casey's Sacrifice, part 1

Part 1 of Casey's Sacrifice is now available. This story is way too long to include as one episode, so I've decided to serialize it over (probably) four episodes. I hope you enjoy, and thanks for listening.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Canus said...

This is a general comment from someone who listens too your stories via podiobooks. I realy liked the twist with typewriter. It was very funny.

6:55 AM, January 30, 2006  
Anonymous Laird henn said...

I finally got caught up and listened to every show, I tried to take a moment and choose a story to tell you which was my favorite, but looking over the titles (which only made me want to go back and listen to each one again) I really couldn't pick just one.
But more on topic, Casey's Sacrifice has a really strong and interesting start and I can't wait to hear the rest. I don't know how you still feel about the idea of serializing Revelations, but I for one would LOVE it. That might sound kind of premature/crazy considering I have no knowlede of the plot or anything, but after hearing everything that's already available, I can't see myself being let down by it. How about in a future show you give us a little taste of Revelations, even if it's just a brief synopsis. Anyway, thanks for the great stories, I'll be checking itunes daily awaiting pt 2. p.s. The new intro music is really really nice.

2:42 AM, February 01, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've listened to the very beginning of the episode so far because I've had a crazy week. I like the new reading of the poem. I can't say I'm big on the canned guitars, but that's just me. CLMW seems like more of a piano thing to me.

I'll have comments on the story after I listen to it, I reckon. Also, unlike the poster before me, I have managed to choose a favorite. I love love love wedding vows. Nothing quite like a man sacrificing his love and his religion. Everything else is a very close second though. :-)

-Ashe

11:05 PM, February 01, 2006  
Anonymous Laird henn said...

ok i'm gonna pick a favorite....

Like dolls on strings.. what I love most about it is the originality, I've never heard anyhting remotely similar before..oh and the gruesome dying fairy descriptions ;)

2:02 AM, February 02, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have returned. My appetite is definitely whetted. If your long-form stories are even a third as good as your short stories this is gonna be a lot of fun. :-)

-Ashe

2:48 PM, February 03, 2006  

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