Friday, January 25, 2019

Rish Outcast 129: Lost and Found (Part II)

In this episode, I share the second half of "Lost and Found," picking up with Armin and Will leaving Mr. Kassad's office.  Once again, I sum up my ideas for a sequel, and explain where the inspiration came from.

I also talk about Anne Frank, Samuel L. Jackson, and Abraham Van Helsing.  What more could you ask, Pia Zadora?

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Rish Outcast 128: Lost and Found (Part I)

A few months back, I ran a show called "But Now I'm Found,"  where I talked (extensively) about my story "Lost & Found," and speculated about a sequel. To my surprise, I hadn't actually run "Lost & Found" on the podcast, so that same day, I recorded this episode. 

Timely, huh?

Will Choner is a boy with an unusual ability, but a dangerous one, one forbidden by his mother. Can his uncle persuade them to let him use the power, if it's for a good cause?

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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Tales of eBay Horror 6: Mint on Card

Happy belated Halloween, kiddies! This is another terrifying true tale of eBay Horror, a particularly putrefying piece I call . . . "Mint On Card."

This episode I had to do over, due to the video being lost. Hopefully, you feel it's worth it.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Buy My Third Audio Fiction Collection . . . if you dare

As mentioned in my latest podcast episode, I finally got a third volume of short stories published over at Audible.  This one is called "Creepy Doll and Other Stories," and features some pieces you've already heard, as well as some you'll hear in the future, and a couple you will never hear elsewhere.

The table of contents goes like this:

                                        1. Introduction
                                        2. Creepy Doll
                                        3. Grandpa’s Prize
                                        4. Spoilsport*
                                        5. Old Man River
                                        6. Head of the Class
                                        7. Haunted*
                                        8. Ladies Room
                                        9. Chalupa Dale, Next Exit
                                        10. Mommy Issues*
                                        11. Library Week
                                        12. Have It Your Way
                                        13. Surprise Inspection
                                        14. Brush With Greatness*
                                        15. Romantic Interlude
                                        16. The Visitor
                                        17. The Door With Burning Eyes*
                                        18. Creature Feature
                                        19. The Ugly Table
                                        20. Epiphany*
                                        21. Sleepless Afternoon
                                        22. Varcolac

*The asterisks denote flash fiction.

As always, the cover art is by Gino Moretto, who is appreciated, if not compensated.

You can buy it here AT THIS LINK.  And thanks, as always, for giving me a listen.

Monday, January 07, 2019

Rish Outcast 127: The Telephone Is Ringing

Is that my mother on the phone?

In this show, Rish talks about cellphones, his latest audio collection, the family cabin, unknown numbers, and Poe's "The Raven" again.

Dang, this was a picture I took specifically for this episode . . . and I forgot to use it:

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