September 2015

Monthly Archive

The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 20: The Three Graces, Part 5

Posted by on 27 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Malcolm, Nathan

The Story: “The Three Graces, Part 5”

After one of her loved ones is kidnapped, Amelie receives an offer of help from a dangerous source. Meanwhile, Nathan, Harrison and Illura encounter an unexpected problem at the Church of Eternal Brotherhood.
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Nobilis gives audio advice and muses about religious memes in Metamor City. Terry seeks a quote attribution. Patty reluctantly follows her doctor’s orders. Sara discusses villains and butlers.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 19: The Three Graces, Part 4

Posted by on 21 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Natalie, Nathan

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The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 4

Illura and Amelie make a difficult choice. Natalie copes with high school. Nathan learns of a new threat to his family.

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Sara and Chris discuss the topic of abuse as it appears in Metamor City. Ted offers audio advice. Nobilis weighs in on the topic of sex in science fiction.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 18: The Three Graces, Part 3 (full episode)

Posted by on 16 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Erotic, Fantasy, Nathan

Thanks for your patience this week, folks. Here is the full episode of part 3. Those who listened to the first half on Sunday can skip to 22:33 to pick up where they left off.

The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 3

Amelie goes to Priestess Illura for help to keep Nathan and Natalie from backsliding. But what is the price?

Content Advisory: This episode contains graphic language and explicit sexual content. It’s not appropriate for children. Listener discretion is advised.

Theme music for THE THREE GRACES is “A Girl Alone,” by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available through Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network. Find more of Hungry Lucy’s music at hungrylucy.com.
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Judy finds similarities between The Church of Eternal Brotherhood and her own background. Sara muses on how Nathan and Natalie changed between the events of this story and “Dreams of Change.” Ted discovers The Raven & the Writing Desk in his Metamor City Feed.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 18A: The Three Graces, Part 3A

Posted by on 13 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Natalie, Nathan

Hello Metamorphs!

This week’s episode is being delivered in two installments: the first half of the story is being dropped today, and the complete episode will be released this Wednesday. Sorry I have to break it up like this, but the episode ran REALLY long and I didn’t have as much time to edit this weekend as I was hoping to.

The theme music for THE THREE GRACES is “A Girl Alone,” by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available for use through Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network. For more of their music, please visit hungrylucy.com.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 17: The Three Graces, Part 2

Posted by on 06 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Nathan

The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 2

Amelie Grace gets religion, but Nathan has reservations. What will the Church of Eternal Brotherhood mean for his career — and for their family?

Theme music for “The Three Graces” is “A Girl Alone” by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available for use through Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network.

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Emails from Adam S. and Craig B. describe the effects Metamor City has had on them. Sara T. leaves our first-ever review at the iTunes Store.

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