Thursday, November 14, 2019

Christmas Story Prompt

Hey, folks, Rish and I have a request for you. Each year, the two of us have been trying to write Christmas related stories during the month of December. Our stories that we wrote last year will be appearing this December as our holiday episodes of the show.

December is fast approaching, and we thought it would be fun to ask our listeners for a writing prompt for our stories this year. So, if you're interested, toss us an idea, and we'll look at them all and pick one to base our stories on. Make it simple and open-ended, something that could be taken anywhere. Like our prompts from our old Broken Mirror Story Evens.

We'd really love to see what you've got!

Monday, October 14, 2019

That Gets My Goat 230: Lost & Frowned

When Rish went into a bookstore and saw Orson Scott Card's new book "Lost and Found" on the shelf, he thought, "Hey, I wrote a story called that once." But when he read the description of the book, he thought, "Hey, I wrote a story with that plot once."

Just that week, he had started work on a sequel, but now he wondered what the point was. What does Big say? What do you say? What might Orson Scott Card say?

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Here's a link to Rish's story ON AMAZON and on AUDIBLE. And a link to his RISH OUTCAST about it.

Oh, and to be fair, here's a link to OSC's BOOK. And here's a link to aPATREON you could support if you feel so inclined.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Rish Narrates "The Forsakened" On Audible

Just when Rish thought he was out . . . he's done another audiobook over on Audible. 

This one is a Horror novel by Angela Townsend entitled "The Forsakened," a sequel to her book "The Forlorned."  It's about a man who has somehow angered a particularly vengeful spirit, and must figure out what she wants . . . before he becomes a ghost himself.

Feel free to check out the book AT THIS LINK, especially if you want to see if Rish's Irish accent has gotten any better.

(good luck with that, by the way)

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

TGMG 229: Bumblebee Or B Minus

Yeah, it happened. Rish broke down and saw a Bayverse Transformers movie.

But don't worry, Big Anklevich still has his integrity.

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Friday, August 23, 2019

TGMG 228: Spider-Man MCU No More

Uh oh, Mommy and Daddy are fighting again. What will poor Peter Parker do? Sony and Disney have failed to come to an agreement on Spider-man, and now Sony says it's going to walk away, take their ball and go home, and Spider-man will no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What does that mean? Can things possibly still work out? And if they don't, is there any hope for Spider-man? We talk about those questions and more on Today's That Gets My Goat.

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Sunday, August 11, 2019

TGMG 227: Spider-man: Far From Done Talking

This may be our longest--and latest?--episode yet, wherein we discuss SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, its spoilers, and its implications.

It should have been done long ago (and perhaps split into multiple shows), but Rish wasn't able to get to it until now. We assure you he'll be much quicker in getting you their review of the recent LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT, starring Lon Chaney and Marceline Day.

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Friday, July 19, 2019

Rish Narrates "Soul Cleaver Clarence" on Cast of Wonders

Rish here.  Some time ago, Katherine Inskip over at Cast of Wonders (The YA Fantasy Podcast) contacted me about doing another story for them.  Apparently, author Matthew Jarvis had tasked me* with narrating his tale, "Soul Cleaver Clarence." 

It is about a young dragon unhappy with the role in life he's been cast in, who meets a young human woman who's unhappy with the role she's been given.  A full-cast production, the voice talents of Alexis Goble, M.K. Hobson, Jen R. Albert, and Cheyenne Wright round out (i.e. save) my narration.  I know a little something about putting together full-cast productions, so the episode must be pretty special to go to all that extra trouble.

You can check it out AT THIS LINK.

*He tasks me.  He tasks me, and I shall have him!