Sunday, January 14, 2007

Episode 34: The Spot

Today's short story is called The Spot, and as always, I hope you enjoy!

Our sweet, sweet intro comes from Randy Burt, and he has provided me with the chance to gloat that I have been "mashed-up." I guess I'm finally going to have to admit that my little brother is cool as hell. Thank you, Randy!

Big thanks go out to everyone who has been Digging CLMW- you folks really went the extra mile for me, so I guess I'm going to have to admit that my listeners are cool as hell, too.

Finally, you remember Laurence Simon from the 100 Word Stories Podcast? He did a cool intro for me a while back. Well, I just thought I'd mention that I've participated in the last couple of "Weekly Challenges" he holds. It's fun to get away from your usual milieu from time to time, and Laurence has really earned my respect as a storyteller since I discovered him. I encourage everybody to check him out, and participate in his weekly challenge if you think you can squeeze out a hundred words on whatever the topic happens to be. Simply put, its a fun and easy way to be creative.

Thanks for tuning in! Peace.

5 Comments:

Blogger nakedyank said...

Someone needs to check the back of Pat Robertson's head for a black spot and before we elect another president we also need to make a spot check mandatory. Too late for the current administration, we know that black spots dominate those heads.

7:55 PM, January 14, 2007  
Blogger rlburt said...

I couldn't agree more, my friend. I just wish it were that simple.

9:44 PM, January 14, 2007  
Anonymous Texas George said...

Hey there Russell! Loved The Spot! Hope all's well with you and Kelly.
Best,
George

6:26 PM, January 17, 2007  
Blogger Laurence said...

I really liked this one... the ending surprised me.

Of course, who wouldn't be pushing that shpot down a bit to see what ELSE it could make more sensitive, right?

11:12 AM, January 24, 2007  
Blogger Ing said...

This was fantastic!

Blessings and peace,


ing

5:43 PM, January 25, 2007  

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