For 5 years, I’ve given fiction away in podcasts. I’m very grateful to all of you keeping up with the the ‘Serving Worlds’ podcast. It’s not going away, but it is changing: RSS & iTunes now lead to SERVING WORLDS CURRENT, where new fiction will stay free: <http://servingworldscurrent.libsyn.com//
Blog posts will be broken for old episodes for a while, but ALL 5 years of content will now live in a Patreon ‘Serving Worlds’ archive podcast for supporters of my work, from $1 a month. If you like what I do, please support me making more.
Things area on hold this week, folks. Following on family stuff, I’m now healing off a concussion from a car accident. Excellent prognosis for recovery, but I’m pretty incapable of thought, let alone writing or producing audio.
See you on the other side when my brain gets back to whatever it substitutes for normal (grin).
Six and The Betty begin the docking procedure.
5 years in, I still love podcasting. I’ve made friends, amassed skills and upped my game as a writer & narrator. I’ve made just enough income to let me write a lot of stories. But things have to change.
I’M NOT QUITTING PODCASTING. The trust & attention of the thousands who tune in every month is important to me. New fiction will be podcast weekly but past stories will no longer be free.
Things have to change. Patreon is a big part of that change.
Commander Montagne addresses her crew. The Betty briefs her on the Boomers.
Kelley Hazen is the narrator, Bruce Carver the producer behind the Audible version of Subversion: Enemy Lines Book 1. They’re fun people with a -heh- storied background. It’s a laid back interview with the creatives forces behind Storyteller Productions.
Doc Sanders preps to return to the Cellar & examines Taggart.
Ten questions, answered by professional voiceover artist Josh Goodman. Josh gives some background info on his career, what goes into audiobook production and a little about his experience working on my Audible title Tools & Means.
A fun listen with an interesting guy.
Hey, FARLOST listeners. Serious question: do you want more FARLOST after we wrap up the current story? It’s coming fast.
IF you want more, I need you regular listeners to back the story from $1/month by Thursday, July 31 to help me carve time out for its prodution.
Otherwise, FARLOST goes on haitus until 2015. Visit my Patreon page and learn more.
Captain Travis hedges his bets. The incoming ship shows its hand.