This one does not have a summary of previous episodes, because in fact the last episode was only a week ago! SHOCK! You can listen to it on libsyn or iTunes. As I say to dozens of coffee shop customers throughout the week, enjoy.
It is, unsurprisingly, the sixth installment of “The Woes of Aunt Thompson.” There is a short summary of what has gone before if you’ve fallen behind! You can listen to it on libsyn here and on iTunes later today. Also I have episode #33 recorded and cleaned up — just have to add the music cues for next Monday!
Hey! I’ve been moving around a lot in the past few weeks — I flew back from the UK on May 2nd, then spent a week with a friend in Boston, then came out to central Massachusetts to work on a farm for a while. The end result being a drop-off in posts and work in general.
What it says on the tin! Episode 13 of the podcast went up today, wherein I read “The Illustrator Dies First.” You can read the original text of that story here.
Also, I’m starting to catch up on the stories I posted with no illustrations attached, starting with story no. 41, The Thing That Doesn’t Fit. You can click through to see my watercolor of Delia the time-traveler.
A reminder that today is the last day to pre-order my Monsters novella! If you follow the blog, you’ve read it here, but this version has new illustrations and a new bit at the end!
I haven’t been keeping up, but! Yesterday episode 11 of the podcast went up, in which I read “The Piano Room”! While there’s an amusing glitch in the sound editing (oops), I really love this story.
If you’d like to read the story yourself, here’s the link.
Also: consider pre-ordering the consolidated and edited Monsters fairy tale novella on Amazon! I am super happy with the set of new illustrations I did for the book. Thanks also to the people who have been following along with the story since I started it in September.