Some of you may remember the post-script at the end of Maiden Flight of the Avenger. In it, I said I was getting out of podcasting to follow my dreams of selling a novel.
Featuring Pullman-esque world building and set in a future Alabama city known as ‘The Hole,’ Every Mountain Made Low tells the story of Loxley, a young autistic woman whose family have the ability to see the restless dead. But for Loxley, the spirits of the deceased can see her back; they’re drawn to her like a bright fire, and their lightest touch leaves her with painful wounds. She avoids them as best she can, but she can’t say no to the spectre of Nora, her only friend, who was alive just hours ago. Swearing to take blood for blood and find her friend’s killer, she finds herself drawn into a conspiracy that will see her hunted down by the brutal enforcer of the corporate interests who reign over the hellish city.
I hope you’ll join me in following along through the publication process on my new site, www.alexrwhite.com. And I know I’ve tested your patience for the past three years, but I hope you’ll indulge me for a little longer. If this book is successful, that’ll help The Gearheart out tremendously.
Now is the time! The Seekers of the Arcane Unknown have stood by long enough as the equally long-named Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences began hording occult artifacts. It’s time to infiltrate their ranks and take them apart from the inside. How better to do that than from within their world, using the new RPG from Galileo Games? We need to help them get funded, so we can roll up characters, jump into their story, and take back what rightfully belongs in our Quartmaster’s vault in Circeville! Forget slash fiction. We shall write slash and burn fiction.
As your Headmaster, I’m offering you a bounty: you throw me a tweet or share my Facebook post, and you’ll be entered to win a copy of my Ministry fiction, “The Boy, the Bomb & the Witch, Who Returned.” The winner will also receive a copy of the “Last Days of the October Squadron Soundtrack.”
Become an Agent in the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences with the new project from Galileo Games! http://bit.ly/ministry-initiative #SeekerDoubleAgent
Or share this on Facebook and G+:
Find out more about this endeavor and support the Kickstarter here: http://bit.ly/ministry-initiative
The anthology also includes my story, “The Boy, the Bomb & the Witch, Who Returned!” Supporting this initiative means getting more of my artwork and fiction!
So, pledge your cash, settle in, pour a cup of tea and enjoy the knowledge that you’ve helped a noble cause!
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.