Thursday, March 24, 2016

Rish Outcast 38: The Ugly Table (Part Two)

Okay, here's the rest of "The Ugly Table."  If the story IS offensive, as I have suspected, well, here's your chance to hear me apologize.  Or . . . tiptoe around apologizing, at least.


If you're NOT offended by it, well, feel free to let me know in the comments.



Feel freer to download the episode by Right-Clicking THIS LINK.

Music by Kevin McLeod of Incompetech.com.  And special thanks to good old Gino Moretto for the awesome Outcast logo above.  He does great work with no thought of reward, the bastard.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

"Lost & Found" Now on Audible!

So, my story "Lost Ampersand Found" has been approved and is for sale over at Audible.  If you buy it, thank you.  If you don't buy it . . . thank yourself.

I REALLY enjoy doing audio of my stories, and am planning on trying to do a book that's only audio, with no text version.

Anyway, I'm not one of those to flog my work endlessly (the bishop, however . . .), so you may not hear me mention it again.  If you wanna check it, here's the link!

My Story "A Slight Delay" on the Journey Into...Podcast

Hey kids, remember my story "A Slight Delay?"

It was a story I wrote a couple of years back about an airplane stuck on the tarmac, and a guy in a bunny suit. If you don't, Marshal Latham has made it available on his "Journey Into..." podcast, along with a creepy little thinkpiece (called "What Price Convenience") by Christopher Munroe.


Marshal has always been supportive of my writing, and both my and Big's voices are in both stories, so check it out. Here's the link.

Monday, March 14, 2016

My Story "Lost & Found" Available on Amazon (and Audible)

Not long ago, I typed up my "untitled kidnapping story" from last year's Magical Notebook.  If I could somehow type one of these stories every month, I'd pretty much having something new for my fan until the day I die.  And that sounds pretty good.*

So, here is this month's entry: "Lost & Found."


Basically, it tells about an uncle and his nephew, which about six hundred of my stories do.  In this one, ten year old Will Choner has an unusual ability, the same power his father had.  But his father is now dead, and his mother has forbidden her son from using it again.  When Will's Uncle Armin comes to the house, with a chance for Will to use his ability to save a lost girl . . .well, you get a story.

I like this one.  Maybe you would too.

You can find it for sale on Amazon it at this link.  Let me know if you dig it, and would like a second tale involving Will.

While I would appreciate it if you bought it, the audio version (which costs twice as much), will be available soon.  I'll post that on here as soon as Audible approves it . . . right here:

http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Lost-Found-Audiobook/B01D3RRD56/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1458331517&sr=1-1

Rish

*But did I mean selling a new story every month, or dying?  Hmmm.

Friday, March 11, 2016

Rish Outcast 37: The Ugly Table

Okay, this one is long in coming (I was horrified when I saw the date on the finished episode).

In this episode, I'll present (some of) my story "The Ugly Table," which was previously published in a collection called "Pretty/Ugly," along with Big's "The Mirror Sometimes Lies."  Both stories had the same basic premise--that of a plain girl suddenly becoming beautiful.


I don't believe Big has ever shared or podcast his story, other than in that Amazon release, which you can purchase here, if you like.  I'll ask him about it sometime.

Warning: I believe this one has language.  Fucking foul language.



If ye want to download the tale . . . then right-click THIS!!!

(episode 36 was for donors only.  Ask me about it sometime)

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Rish's Performs "Dating Kali" on Kaleidocast

Over at Sam Schreiber's Kaleidocast (http://www.kaleidocast.nyc) , I narrate the tale "Dating Kali, My Sweet" by Alger Bliss.  It is kind of a rough story, as it would be.  Here is the link.

This is the cool logo to Kalied--kaleido--man, it's hard to spell.

You also get "Squeeze" by Rob Cameron, with a possibly more talented narrator than me.  Check it out.