The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 04: Metamor City – To Walk in Shadow, Part 2B

Posted by on 02 Jun 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy

The Raven and the Writing Desk - logoIn this episode I mention my new Author Page on Facebook, and discuss the origins of the name “Ba’al” with Sara T.

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The Story: “To Walk in Shadow,” Part 2B

Agent Jessup arrives with Ba’al and Xiang Jinn at Castle Dauntless, an ancient fortress built by Ba’al in the middle of the Realm of Shadow. As Ba’al leaves the two mortals to attend to other matters, Jessup discovers that this seeming anachronism is not quite what it appears to be…

WARNING: This episode contains adult situations and strong language. Listener discretion is advised.

The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 03: Metamor City – To Walk in Shadow, Part 2A

Posted by on 25 May 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy

The Raven and the Writing Desk - logoIn this episode we hear from Sara T. about Dreams of Change, from Tarmo in Finland about straight read vs. multiple voice narration, and from Mildred Cady about shout-outs to the Metamor City Live audio dramas.

Links:

Rafak Aliri and the Book of Shadows – Live at Balticon 47

 

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The Story: “Metamor City — To Walk in Shadow,” Part 2A

Agent Jessup journeys into the Realm of Shadow with Prince Ba’al and his faithful assistant. What he finds there is like nothing he had imagined…

 

 

The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 02: Metamor City – To Walk in Shadow, Part 1

Posted by on 18 May 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy

The Raven and the Writing Desk - logoIn this episode I give you the Weekly Writer’s Report and share exciting news about the new StoryBundle that J. Daniel Sawyer is part of this month.

The Story: “To Walk in Shadow,” Part 1

The sun hid itself on the day the devil came to the city. Thick, forbidding clouds crept in from the north overnight, a dark, angry carpet rolling in to presage his coming…