How about some horror fiction? Check out the November 15th edition of Tales to Terrify which features two chilling tales by Joe McKinney, narrated by me. If you like what you hear, leave a comment on the Tales to Terrify website. If you love it, you can support the ‘cast by picking up a printed anthology for the horror lover on your gift list.
Check out my narration of “Clouds,” by Roger Jones, at Crime City Central. http://crimecitycentral.com/crime-city-central-no-47-roger-jones/ …
I’m about to relocate to Tampa, Florida. When I do, I plan to create a better recording space for music and narration. Working seven miles from Shaw Air Force Base can be challenging. The 20th Fighter Wing doesn’t seem interested in postponing flight ops so I can make a decent recording.
Please listen to Joe R. Lansdale’s “Fish Night,” narrated by Yours Truly, on the current online issue of Tales to Terrify.
I have another narration on the web , Renee Carter Hall’s “Horseman.” Check it out at Tales to Terrify.
This Friday, December 7th, (a day that lives in infamy) Tales to Terrify will air my narration of Cat Rambo’s story, “Events at Fort Plenitude.” I love Ms. Rambo’s writing, and I hope she’ll approve of my interpretation of her story.
If you’re looking for some creepy fantasy-horror to listen to while your eyes and/or hands are busy, check it out. Let me know what you think. More importantly, leave a comment on the Tales to Terrify site. If you really like what you find there, consider buying their first anthology to help support the ‘cast.
I started listening to Starship Sofa way back in its infancy, and remain a loyal fan of Tony C. Smith’s Hugo Award-winning work there. If you’re a science fiction fan and you’re not listening, you’re seriously missing out. There’s more nerdy goodness there than you can shake a gaffi stick at.