Posts Tagged ‘grandparents’

Episode 181: Fairy Bones by Guy Stewart


Narrated by Katrin Kania
Audio production by Jeremy Carter
A Cast of Wonders original!


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Show Notes

We’re proud to present an original story this week, Fairy Bones by Guy Stewart.

Guy StewartGuy is a husband supporting his wife, a multi-year breast cancer survivor. He’s also a writer, a father, a teacher and a counselor. He maintains multiple blogs, including a SF/YA/Childrens writing blog called POSSIBLY IRRITATING ESSAYS, and GUY’S GOTTA TALK ABOUT BREAST CANCER. His first novel, Heirs of the Shattered Sphere: Emerald of Earth is out now through Amazon.

 

 

 

Katrin KaniaThe story is narrated by Katrin Kania. Katrin is a textile archaeologist who loves SFF, cats, chocolate, boardgames and geeky things. She’s recently published The Middle Ages Unlocked together with Gillian Polack. Her blog can be found on Blogspot as Togs From Bogs.

 

 


Theme music is “Appeal to Heavens” by Alexye Nov, available at MusicAlley.com.

Read along with the text of the story.

Episode 169: Lost Socks by Lisa Montoya


Narrated by Chloe Yates
Audio production by Rikki LaCoste

A Cast of Wonders original!


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Show Notes

Lisa Montoya is an elementary school teacher in Nebraska who decided to never completely grow up. She has always treasured books and stories, and loves to create her own worlds. You can find her online at Lisa’s Thought for the Day.

Chloe YatesAs well as narrating, Chloë Yates is a writer of odd stories. She has written several short stories for Fox Spirit Books, and is currently working on both a collection and a novel for them. She lives in the middle of Switzerland with her bearded paramour, Mr Y, and their disapproving dog, Miss Maudie. You can find her online and on Twitter.

 

 


Want to see those OTKs I mentioned? They’re at Sock Dreams – and tell them I said hello!


Theme music is “Appeal to Heavens” by Alexye Nov, available at MusicAlley.com.
Click here to read the text of the story