Back in 2009, I suggested that people tell me a story about cowboys and silver bullets. The result was ten great stories that run the gambit.
Originally Posted Oct 8 2008 Download GreatHites 21 Audio This weeks prompt came from Mur Laferty’s news From Poughkeepsie. Learn more at Murverse.com Time Traveler By Christopher Hite Date: Tuesday March 19th 1945 Time 2:30 Pm Place London, England So many times he had walked this road and so many times he had come upon,Continue reading “Great Hites # 21”
As I said in my bloghop post I would be tagging two other authors in the blog hop thing.
The second of those two authors is my friend and voice actor extraordinaire, Doc Coleman.
Ok boys just another nut job who saw a UFO. Take him to the tank for the night and we will figure out what to do with him in the morning.
Their society started innocently enough, with the branding of the young ones with cute icons, but later those brands became akin to gang signs, and the ponies would group together based on nothing more than signs.
The writing prompt for this one was, Give ten good reasons you should not write your life story. And got the first story from another author (text only for that story.)
I really enjoyed this short look into the background of a character that I thought was long gone.
I could likely talk until I was blue in the face about how wonderful Escape Artists is, and how great their stories are, but until you understand what it is they provide you can’t really grasp how important it is that you help them out.
“Look Mr. Calmcacil, I understand your reluctance. But this is a temp agency and well, this is a temp job. I know it can be hard for the high born to except hard times. But you need a job and this is what we have,” The agent had said.
Shortly after EscapePod got started a whole host of short story podcasts popped up, but most of them didn’t last very long. In some cases like, Variant Frequencies this was sad.