Bridget faces a terrible choice when Special Agent Callendar finally tracks her down. Catch the thrilling conclusion!
Bridget awakens to learn what lurks inside the ruins of Point Seven.
Hello, everyone! I’m pleased to announce the launch of our new miniseries: “Last Days of the October Squadron,” starring Brooke Fox, Stephen Granade, Ryan McKannan, Matt Weber and Renee White! I hope you all enjoy it! If you haven’t listened yet,you can download it here.
Also, if you love the podcast and want to support it, why not purchase a copy of the “Last Days” original soundtrack off of Amazon.com for just $6.23? I always try to reinvest my profits in better gear for more creative endeavors. If you like my work, you’ll be contributing to a good cause!
Agent Bridget “Lucky” Forscythe and her squadron have a deadly encounter in the arctic dig site known as “Point Seven.”
I knew I said I wouldn’t be making anything else until I got published, but I can’t stay away from you lot. So here’s the official announcement: “Last Days of the October Squadron” is coming to podcast this Tuesday!
Here’s the better news–the official soundtrack is going on sale soon, for a song, at Amazon.com. I’ll let you know as soon as it posts! In the meantime, you can listen to the preview right here:
McKenzie Smith brings Agent Bridget “Lucky” Forscythe to life for the latest story, “Last Days of the October Squadron.” Special thanks to Matt Weber, Joe Clerkin and Kelsey Prater, as well!
See the thrilling conclusion of Starla Huchton‘s Gearheart story, “Fires in the Snow!”
Special thanks to Starla for her incredible work on this story, as well as to Ryan McKannan for providing the voice of Noriaki!
A terrible arsonist plagues Inspector Hyosuke Saichi’s city, and he senses something unnatural in the crimes. When he meets the mysterious Koyuki Hara, his world is turned upside down by the discovery of magic.
Agent Maxine Janus prepares to defend herself after she is spotted!
Thanks to Samantha Rowell for modelling for us, as well as our producer, Brooke Fox!
Let our hands hold the night,
‘Til open their eyes come.
Let our lanterns hold the light,
‘Til against us there stand none.
Let our palms tip the scales,
‘Til magic finds its symmetry.
Let the memories of those fallen,
Be the hammer of our destiny.
Hail to thee, friend and foe,
Hail to thee, gray death.
To thy every challenge I go,
With every waking breath.
-Song of the Torch-Bearer,
Hymn of The Seekers of the Arcane Unknown