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Notes on The Tempting of Tommy

John Lindermuth submitted this story back in July. For once, I got ahead on my introductions and checked out a book on Blackbeard from the library. I brought it to the beach to read. No one knows were Blackbeard’s treasure … Continue reading

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Notes on Harry

As sometimes happens, I failed to keep up with notes and now have to remember what was going on at the time. The was not the first story Warne had sent me, but for some reason or another it was … Continue reading

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Notes on Ice Sailor

Spoiler alert if you haven’t listened to Ice Sailor yet! When Laird Long sent this story in to me, I confess I did not even finish reading it before I had accepted it. Only later did I go back and … Continue reading

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Notes on Mametz and Strawberry Fool

I was sitting by my parents’ the pool on an early morning trying to get some responses out to people when I read Ed Fraser’s submission “They Called It Mametz.” I decided to take it on the first read, then … Continue reading

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Submissions welcome!

Woah, I’ve got to post more often. I can’t believe I left that Submissions Closed post sit on top of the blog for so long. By all means send them in. For some reason it usually takes me about a … Continue reading

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No Christmas episode

For Christmas I drove with my wife and kids down to New Orleans (about 900 miles) to visit with my parents and other relatives passing through. I brought my podcast equipment down, fully intending to put out a Christmas episode. … Continue reading

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Narrations

When I first started the podcast I figured I would do about one third of the narrations, getting people with British accents and women as needed when the stories required it. I found some great narrators through a website called … Continue reading

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