Wednesday, January 23, 2008

The End

The Come, Let Me Whisper podcast has come to an end. You can still check out all the horrifying fun you might have missed by using these links:

All the Come, Let Me Whisper short stories are here.

All episodes of the horror novel REVELATIONS are here.

All episodes of the listener contributed series Whisper Back are here.

Or get them all through this RSS feed- it's a lot easier than clicking on every episode.

Thank you to all who have come along and given me encouragement these last two years. It's been a helluva ride!

45 Comments:

Anonymous rhythmchanges said...

R.I.P.

7:11 PM, January 23, 2008  
Blogger Kelly said...

So, now I wonder what is next? Regardless, at least I'm along for the ride. I will miss CLMW, but ready for the next chapter. Good Luck.

8:17 PM, January 23, 2008  
Blogger A. J. said...

Russell, thank you for the many hours of excellent tales. Thank you for the Watch Bird who has become a permanent presence in my awareness. I wish you nothing but success and good fortune and look forward to seeing your name on a best seller someday soon.

Also best wishes to your wife and your brother, both of whom contributed much into to making CLMW a very special experience.

Peace
Al Saiz
Rhode Island

8:40 PM, January 23, 2008  
Anonymous Jess. D in Mass said...

How odd that I should only have discovered your stories tonight.. : ) I must say, I'm loving every minute of it! I look forward excitedly to hearing the rest of your work. Thank-you for your imaginative creations!
With Peace and Admiration,
Jess D.

10:51 PM, January 23, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I almost don't want to live in a world with no Chris and Tommy... Thanks, Russell, for all the great times.

Matt

11:22 PM, January 23, 2008  
OpenID barbsierra said...

I ran across the CLMW series, and really enjoyed it. It made my hour long bus ride much more manageable! I can't wait to listen to the Revelations series next.

12:15 AM, January 24, 2008  
Anonymous jody said...

Russell...you are amazing. I have looked forward to your podcasts and enjoyed them for so long...your stories were my nighttime favorite. I'm glad I got to do an intro for ya, and I can't wait to hear what you do next...Good luck to you,
Jody in San Francisco

12:20 AM, January 24, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude NO. I need your podcast fix. I really enjoy them you are on par with Scott Sigler dude and you don't call me a junkie. Which I am, but jonkies have fealings to(although numbed down).
Do come back soon!

5:40 AM, January 24, 2008  
Blogger Paige said...

Russell,

Thank you for all the great stories! Best wishes in your future ventures. Keep us posted here! I bought a print copy of Revelations and can't wait to see what you offer up next.

Paige
Red Light Knitting

11:01 AM, January 24, 2008  
Blogger Anadrea said...

Gosh, I feel kind of lost! I've really enjoyed the stories, thank you for all of the time you've put in to providing us with such creepiness :)

By the way, if you ever want to kick my butt at Scrabble again, I'm always up for a work-time distraction!

Thanks again and good luck with whatever it is you do next!
Andrea

1:20 PM, January 24, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So long, Russell, and thank you very much for sharing your talent with us.

I'll be back many times and hope you'll keep us posted.

I'll miss your podcast and I'll never forgive myself for not sending you my intro - your poem read in Portuguese.

Is this really the end?

Antonio

4:28 PM, January 24, 2008  
Blogger LadyWyllow said...

Thank you Russell for the wonderful creepy times you have given us. I will miss your podcast as much as the others here on this comments page.

I also wish you well in your future ventures and hope too, to see your name on a best seller list in the near future.

Hopefully though there is more darkness in this otherwise light infested world. Will we get another chance to sample your wares? Another taste of the sweet elixir that is your work?

We can only dream!!

Good luck and don't leave us for too long!!

Heather G.

8:13 PM, January 24, 2008  
Anonymous faerlyoddchick said...

Thank you for all the wonderful stories that you have shared with us. They have provided me with much joy and filled many boring hours at work with something worthwhile. I wish you the best in all of your writing endeavors, not just the horror. You are an amazingly talented writer and I look forward to reading your many masterpieces in the future. Come Let Me Whisper will be greatly missed.

Michelle

7:17 PM, January 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russel great work mate. I have been listening from the beginning and have enjoyed every minute. Enjoy your well deserved break mate.

Jon in Australia

12:18 AM, January 26, 2008  
Blogger Laieanna said...

I gotta say, I'm actually really sad to see you go, but I know exactly how you feel about the podcast becoming a chore. I'd wish you all the best, but I already know you're going to get it. I think you and Kelly are wonderful people and I hope to remain internet friends with you guys. Take care guys and thank you so much for stories that made me smile, shiver, and gag all at the same time.

1:00 AM, January 26, 2008  
Blogger Raldo said...

I was bummed out when I heard that you are ending CLMW, but I do understand your decision. I have completely enjoyed your podcast and wish you all the luck in your future endeavors.

2:20 PM, January 26, 2008  
Blogger Jadedvisalian.com said...

DAMN!

9:10 PM, January 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's been fun, I'll miss the CLMW show. I've only been listening to these for a little more than a year, and now I realize that a podcast isn't a 'regularly broadcast program', but a fleeting thing.

12:51 AM, January 27, 2008  
Anonymous Ithi said...

I'm actually a little sad! Thank you so much for all of your stories and wonderful characters... I actually discovered your stories a couple months back and have been listening to all of them nonstop! They make my commute to work enjoyable... Good luck with everything and I hope it truly isn't the very very end... say it isn't so!

8:59 PM, January 27, 2008  
Blogger KnitWitch said...

Though I am sad to see/hear it end, I am happy for you to be moving into a new phase in your writing!

I'll just have to have you on for an interview again sometime in the not-too-distant-future to talk about what's happening next with your writing.

Thanks for leaving your blog and podcast episodes up for new folks to discover and enjoy. I'm sure you will have new fans coming from the woodwork clamoring for your next work!

I look forward to hearing more from Chris & Tommy and whatever you do next! Thanks again for everything, Russell. I will keep sending horror fans this way for the good stuff as long as you have it active!

1:47 PM, January 28, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russ!!! Noooo! So sad to hear the podcast is ending. I had just recently found CLMW and devoured every single episode in about 3 days.

I just wanted to say that the one that got me hooked was "Bradley's Lover" -- I thrive on shock, and boy was that a shocker.

At least I got one juicy morsel of Revelations left... But most of all I want to say is thanks for sharing your creativity with everyone. You'll be missed for sure.

-Tony

5:30 PM, January 28, 2008  
Anonymous DesireIsComplicated said...

I will really miss your podcast with all your interesting characters and wonderful stories!

I'll make sure to look for you on the shelves at my favorite book store. :)

Good luck!

Steve

5:55 PM, January 31, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMG NO!!!!

Russ, thanks for all the creepy eps and the nightmares that have ensued!

This has been easily my favorite podcast and am really sad to see it go.

From all of the CLMW fans in Australia - Thank you and good luck

6:20 AM, February 10, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude, if you quit for good I'm going to light myself on fire on the front steps of RandomHouse to protest the injustice of it all.

Seiously though, it's been a great ride. Thanks for the stories, Russ.

Peace,

Dave W.

4:00 PM, February 15, 2008  
Blogger AuctionWally said...

The only thing matching your wonderful ability to entertain and scare the hell out of us, is the class, humility and integrity you did it with.

Thanks for us so much a part of your show with the CLMW intros, and for sharing your wonderful family with us, thanks for that.

I can't wait to see what's next for you.

Peace ,

Auctionwally

12:19 AM, February 20, 2008  
Blogger AuctionWally said...

My Typo should have read...,

Thanks for MAKING us so much a part of your show with the CLMW intros, and for sharing your wonderful family with us, thanks for that.

12:21 AM, February 20, 2008  
Blogger AuctionWally said...

Notice to all Russell Burt Fans!

Russell has agreed to do a live interview on my next episode of The Auctionwally show. I, like all of you am a huge fan and am very excited about the show which you can listen to on your computer at http://blogtalkradio.com/auctionwally

It will air live on Monday evening, March 10th, 2008 at 8pm Eastern time.

Anyone can call in at
1-646-378-1561 to ask Russell questions.
For more information please go to my site at http://auctionwally.com and check the 'upcoming events' section in the sidebar to the right for more details.

Also it would be great if you could link to that post and tell your friends about it.

Thanks I hope to see you all there.
AW

1:29 PM, March 05, 2008  
OpenID ellex42 said...

I just discovered "Come, Let Me Whisper" through an advertisement at the end of a chapter of Christiana Ellis' podiobook "Nina Kimberley the Merciless". I'm so glad I decided to check it out! I've listened to the first three stories and I'm hooked. I can hardly wait to listen to the rest of CLMW - what a great way to make a boring day at work go faster. I'll certainly try "Revelations", as well.

Russell, you have a great way with words, and you read your stories with flair. Your accent took me a moment or two to get used to (yes, to me you have an accent), but I've decided that it adds an extra dimension to your stories. I especially love your dry, slightly twisted sense of humor.

"Work Ethic" really tickled me - I was raised with that same ethic! "Bradley's Lover" made my co-workers ask what I was grinning about. And I sympathize with the narrator of "The Typewriter". As an amateur writer myself, I know how a story can take unexpected and not entirely controlled twists as it's being written.

Thanks so much for creating these podcasts. Great stories like these make long days at work bearable.

11:30 PM, April 08, 2008  
Blogger Mateo said...

i just picked up your series off of iTunes, and I have to say that I've come to love it. I wish that I had been cool enough to know about it while it was an ongoing podcast. Great work, and I can't wait to see what you've got in store for us in the future.

11:33 PM, April 16, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found your work thanks to Podiobooks, and I must say, I really do enjoy your writing. I hope you have more in the works. You're very good!

11:17 AM, June 27, 2008  
Blogger TawnyLeona said...

Heard CLMW on Podiobooks, followed up by coming here and subscribing to your feed (which I'm super-psyched about; now I can hear MORE!) and just wanted to let you know how much I have liked your stories so far!

Your accent, so close to my own, was kinda comfortable listening to...I'm from NC, grandma and aunt are in Chattanooga, so yeah...

Anyways, just wanted to share my appreciation, and look forward to what I'm downloading in the feed now, and what you have for the future!

12:43 PM, June 27, 2008  
Anonymous Marco Andres said...

Hey ! greetings from Peru ! i have to say that your podcast is the best i've ever heard , i listen to it always before i go to bed , shame its over but good luck dude u rock :)

10:44 PM, June 28, 2008  
Blogger Shadow Lor said...

I'm always too late for these things :( Regardless, I love your stories and just thought I'd mention as such. You rock.

4:42 AM, December 27, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have really enjoyed your stories! I just found them & I wish there were more!

3:29 PM, February 18, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get it. Is there no Santa? Where did the creepy guy who crawls into my house uninvited to to????

1:19 AM, March 13, 2009  
Blogger Kat said...

I'm always late to the show. Oh well..you're stories are awesome! I really hope you start this up again, or do something similar and let us know!

3:45 PM, May 11, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the stories sorry to hear that there will be no more that sucks ass lol i hope to see more from you soon cause i think your stories are awesome and i really like the way you tell em. Thanks

10:50 AM, May 27, 2009  
Blogger Daisymaegogo said...

I'm trying to send your stories out from my iPhone, to my ears, to my brain slowly, one or two a day, although I really, really want to gobble them all up at once.
I am so glad I bought an iphone, because if I hadn't, I may have never discovered your writing!
Thanks so much for what you do.-Tracy in Tennessee
p.s.-You don't have an accent;I don't know what these other posters are talking about......

10:41 PM, May 30, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have just listened to The Exhibit after it was recommended on the Cthulhu podcast,and I was really impressed.
Such a shame you decided to quit but totally understand your reasons. Thank you for leaving your work up for us to enjoy!
- Tara (UK)

5:12 PM, August 26, 2009  
Blogger airhof said...

Thank you for all the great stories. I work weekends at a hospital and sometimes I pass the morgue on L2 and cant help but to think of the succubus that might be on the other side just waiting for some love. Thank you for making the weekends fly by.

11:19 AM, December 27, 2009  
Anonymous Matt said...

I have a story idea for you. I emailed it to you, I just hope you still check your email. great podcast! just finished the last one this past week.

12:37 PM, September 04, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really wish Russ would come back and read a few stories to us, he had an awesome delivery, and the stories are actually good. I listen to pseudopod now, but the stories aren't half as good as come let me whisper, it was a fun ride.

12:40 AM, January 19, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Listened a long time ago, and thought I'd come back to see if anything had been added. Without a doubt this was my favorite podcast. Hope you are still writing!

10:11 AM, July 08, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like the writer above I popped on here after listening to one of the old stories after some while ( ironically, the intro where you announce you are going bi-weekly is playing now). Hope you are doing well. I enjoyed your podcast.

7:37 PM, October 22, 2013  
Blogger SerenaSR said...

I am a new fan of your podcasts. I love them! Are you going to be putting out more? Please don't say that you are finished. You are incredibly talented!

2:21 AM, November 08, 2015  

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