Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tales of Old 67 Mutiny

By Gary Ives Read by Shawn Robertson Period: World War I Sandy drove the hired wagon from Glen Ellen down to Valhalla with his mare and Billy Crowder’s roan, Apache, trailing. There he buried his friend under a live oak … Continue reading

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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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Tales of Old 66 Memories of Light and Sound

By Steven Saus (Steven’s publishing) Read by Peter Piazza (Peter’s work on StarshipSofa and The Drabblecast) “It’s not Rome, but at least I get to wear a nice hat,” Monica laughed. She held its floofy rim down as a gust … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 65 The Odor of Sanctity

By Lillian Csernica Read by Shawn Robertson …The great hall’s massive oak doors stood open, allowing the sunlight to stream in and make a broad golden carpet on the flagstones. Gatito, the Cook’s tabby cat, lay sprawled on the doorstep, … Continue reading

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Sacrifice by Russell James

In this paranormal thriller, six men reunite for the first time since high school graduation to confront the Woodsman, an evil spirit killing the children in their hometown, a spirit they thought they put to rest their senior year. But … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 64 Touch and Go

By Russell James Read by Shawn Robertson “You have to have the right pilot, in the right plane, in the right position.” Lieutenant Terry Greene’s flight instructor had used that phrase ten times a day as he taught Terry to … Continue reading

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