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Updated On: Nov 04, 2023
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The Complex The Complex is a podcast about living life with ADHD. It is the brainchild of James Ochoa and is based on his seminal work with the Emotional Distress Syndrome of ADHD. Find out more at www.jamesochoa.com
Sticks Shift Incorporated What would you do if the company you worked for started to feel a little bit off? And not just in a criminal enterprise kind of way, but in a reality-bending, defying laws of nature kind of way?

From the author of the critically acclaimed Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel, Fillius Glint, Sticks Shift Incorporated is a serial audio drama about life, death, and capitalism set in a fictional version of modern-day Vancouver, BC.

Season 3 coming in spring 2021. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ssip/support
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‎The Glam Gizmo 'The Glam Gizmo' is a fictional Sci-Fi / Supernatural / Fantasy audio drama adventure made in Melbourne, Australia, featuring a host of intriguing characters, bizarre monsters and terrifying truths.
‎Cyberscape Neo Cyberscape Neo is a science-fantasy audio drama with themes of trans-humanism and contrasting perspectives, with the setting taking place mostly within the fictional MMORPG of the series' name.

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‎COVID39 Twenty years after Covid-19 brought the world to a standstill, a man and a woman who were quarantined together as kids question the validity of their current romantic relationship. They salvage audio recordings left by their parents during the pandemic, our present, to come to terms with their trauma. This is a fictional audio drama that points out the humanity of our fateful present and examines the future we are helping to create for our children.
‎(exp)lore (exp)lore is a fiction anthology podcast. Each episode takes an imaginative dive into the past and future of your city, transporting you to fictional worlds that mirror our own through music and the power of the voice. The stories will immerse you in rich audio dramas while you explore the world through a new lens.

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A radio-play in 47 chapters.

Starring Angie Morency.

Transcript at http://sisterzombietranscript.info

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Sister Zombie, A Memoir by Anna Appleby Teenage twin sisters struggle with identity issues after moving to a small town. Also, zombies.

A radio-play in 47 chapters.

Starring Angie Morency.

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Chapters from a new, contemporary Milton Falls story Spring has arrived and to celebrate all things new, we’re sharing the first three chapters of my new quilting novel Diary of a Mad Quilter on today’s episode. Normally, only paid members of the Quilt Fiction Story Guild have access to this story (they are already on Chapter Six), but we’re excited about the new story and thought you might be too.Set in contemporary Milton Falls, Ohio, Diary of Mad Quilter is the story of avid quilter and retired third grade teacher, Marnie Fetzer. Marnie lives with her husband, Darrell, who just retired from his engineering job, and she’s still best friends with her high school BFF, Shiela. Son Sam lives on the other side of town with his wife and toddler twins, while daughter Katie makes her home in Atlanta. These days, Marnie’s life revolves around quilts, quilts and – well, quilts.We hope you enjoy the first few chapters enough to consider an annual subscription to the Story Guild. As a subscriber, you’ll get weekly chapters of Friendship Album: Forget-Me-Not, bi-weekly updates to Diary of a Mad Quilter, along with access to the complete audio versions of Friendship Album, 1933 and Aunt Jane of Kentucky, plus other Milton Falls stories and big discounts on everything in the Quilt Fiction Shop. To celebrate having you on board we’ll mail a packet of Friendship Album-themed vintage postcards right to your door. We'll also send you a coupon for 50 percent off the downloadable audiobook version of Friendship Album, 1933 — a $15 value.Not ready for an annual subscription just yet, please consider a month-to-month subscription for $10 and convert to an annual membership at any time. See you next time!FrancesIn the post-story section, I mentioned several books and articles. Here are the links for more information:Remembering Adelia: Quilts Inspired by Her Diary by Kathleen TracyThe Civil War Diary Quilt: 121 Stories and the Quilt Blocks They Inspired by Rosemary YoungsQuilts from the Civil War by Barbara BrackmanCloth and Comfort: Pieces of Women’s Lives from their Quilts and Diaries by Roderick KirocofeThe Quilt AllianceMountain Mist PatternsWomen's Quilts and Diaries: Creative Expression and Personal Resource by Gail R. Davis
Magic Fabric, Quilts… and Love – 'Persimmon Moon: A Quilting Story" Host Frances O'Roark Dowell reads her short story, "Persimmon Moon," and discusses the importance of world-building to fiction writers. Plus, a special giveaway for February over at QuiltFiction.com.
A Conversation with (and a Short Story by) Marianne Fons Several years ago, I picked up a used copy of the late, great journal, Quilt Digest, published and edited by Roderick Kiracoffe and Michael Kile. To my surprise, this particular issue (Issue 3, published in 1985) contained a short story by Marianne Fons. I had no idea that along with being a famous quilter, Marianne was also a writer!Fast forward to — oh, I don’t know. 2018, maybe? One day, out of the blue, Marianne Fons emailed me. After years of backburnering her writing life, she was back at it. She’d come across my book Birds in the Air and was curious who my agent was. With that email, a correspondence and eventually a friendship was born.So when I started thinking about what — and whose — stories I wanted to read on the Quilt Fiction podcast, Marianne came immediately to mind. I emailed her for permission to read her story from that long ago issue of Quilt Digest, and she graciously gave her permission. Not only that — she agreed to be interviewed for today’s episode!One of the reasons I love talking to Marianne about writing is because she’s so passionate about it. If you want to know more about Marianne’s life story, and more about her quilting story, here’s a link to an interview I did with her in 2020 for the Quilt Alliance’s Story Bee show. If you’re not familiar with the Quilt Alliance, it’s a nonprofit organization that serves to document quilters and their stories. You can visit the Quilt Alliance by clicking on this link. Visit Marianne’s website to read her blog and stay up to date with what she’s reading and quilting. While you’re there, sign up for her email newsletter! Check out Marianne’s pride and joy, the Iowa Quilt Museum.Marianne took a year-long workshop at StoryStudio Chicago. Both in-person and online writing classes are available. Remember: It’s not too late to sign up for Quilt Fiction’s first ever QAL! For more info, follow this link!(Photo by AZUREE WIITALA https://www.azureewiitala.com
Dorothy's Christmas Star: A Quilting Story In “Dorothy’s Christmas Star,” Dorothy Johnson approves of her daughter’s friendship with a group of girls from prominent families, but then begins to worry that young Hannah has grown ashamed of where she comes from. When Dorothy is left out of an important event, she decides to take matters into her own hands — only to be surprised by the results.Hello and happy holidays!If you’re looking for the free pattern and story download, you’ve come to the right place! I love the star block designed by Patty Dudek especially for this year’s Christmas story, and I know you’ll love it too! If you want to know more about the Quilt Fiction Story Guild, you’ve also come to the right place! Just click here to find out how to become a member!I talked about the Story Guild at the beginning of the podcast, but let’s take a minute review how much fun it’s going to be, shall we? First of all, we get to spend time with our favorite quilters, the ladies of the Milton Falls Wednesday Quilting Bee! We’ve got two new members on board, Edwina Baldwin and Eula’s daughter-in-law, Elise Baker, and you know how adding new people to the mix always complicates things. Yes, dears, there are some surprises in store!Like Friendship Album, 1933, Friendship Album, 1934: Forget-Me-Not is a work-in-progress. I’ve written ten chapters so far and hope to have at least five more chapters done before Episode One drops on New Year’s Eve. By joining the Story Guild, you’ll be supporting me as I write. That’s right. you’ll be a patron of the arts, and this artist/writer greatly appreciates it!I’m also super excited to share chapters from another WIP, Diary of a Mad Quilter. I’ve loved creating the modern day Milton Falls and my favorite new family, the Fetzers. Beginning in January, I’ll be sharing weekly excerpts from Marnie Fetzer’s diaries. As the title suggests, there’s a lot of humor in Marnie’s story, and I hope you’ll enjoy spending time with the newest addition to the Milton Falls quilting roster. If you’re here, then you’re a story lover, so you’ll be glad to know that by joining the Story Guild, you’ll get even more Milton Falls quilting stories in your inbox. I’ve got a bunch of new stories in the hopper, including a Dorothy story from 1902, and a contemporary story that features Emmeline’s granddaughters(!). Expect surprise announcements of new audio stories and e-stories for you to download, one more way of saying thanks for your support!As I mentioned on the podcast, we’ve got special gifts for everyone who joins in December. First, we’ll mail you a set of EIGHT holiday postcards as soon as you join–take a look at the cards on the website; they’re absolutely darling! Second, for joining the Quilt Fiction Story Guild this month, you’ll receive a free downloadable Friendship Album, 1933 audiobook with updated chapters, a $39.95 value. Please note, Friendship Album 1933 is no longer available on the free Quilt Fiction podcast. It will be available for sale in our Etsy store in 2023, but if you join the Story Guild in December, you’ll get it for free! I hope you’ll consider joining the Story Guild. We’ll do everything we can to make sure you’re getting a whole lot of great stuff in return for your support! Finally, a little about this year’s Christmas story.“Dorothy’s Christmas Star” is set in 1918. If you’re looking for information about everyday life in the US at the turn of the 20th century, most of what you’ll find concerns white communities. This is a problem if you’re writing fiction about a black family and want to get all the details right. However, I’m fortunate to live in Durham, NC, home of a historic black neighborhood known as Hayti, about which a great deal has been written. Hayti was founded as an independent community shortly after the Civil War by freed enslaved people who’d come to Durham to work in the tobacco warehouses. By the early 20th century, Hayti was a thriving city within a city, with over 200 black-owned businesses. Dorothy’s neighborhood of Lincoln Heights is smaller than Hayti, but Hayti gave me the blueprint for what a self-contained black community in Milton Falls might be like in 1918. Like Hayti, Lincoln Heights has its own doctors, its own schools and its own black-owned businesses. And, like Hayti, it has its own elite, members of what W.B. Dubois called “the talented tenth.”As a white, 21st century writer, I’m especially careful when writing about Dorothy and her family. While I believe that people of different backgrounds have more in common than not, and that a good writer can write outside of her own lived experience, I also stand by the edict that “You don’t know what you don’t know.” I’ve done my best to dig deep into my research wh
Trailer Welcome to the last radio station at the end of the world.More at: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststationTrailer mixed, edited, and scored by Jacob Freeman.
#1 GOODBYE, WORLD When a lonely radio host gets her first caller since she's been trapped in her radio station after the apocalypse, a mystery begins to unfold about what's transpired since the end of the world.This episode, GOODBYE, WORLD was written and directed by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these words while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamasHolden is voiced by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix.Alice is voiced by Flannery Maney who can be found at FlanneryManey.com or on Instagram @FlanneryManeyDustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid.This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mr_dejas. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com. This episode was re-mixed and mastered by Mia Glenn-Schuster who can be found on Instagram at @mglennsound.Our musical guest for this episode is Brother Smoke, featuring his song "The Coward's Way Out.” You can find more from Brother Smoke on Instagram, @IAmBrotherSmoke. The Coward’s Way Out was mixed and mastered by Sean Mcilwaine of Sweet Track Audio. Alice's “Evening Lullaby” was written by and features the voice of Flannery Maney, with guitar by Javier Busquet, who is on Instagram as @Javi_Busquet and the song was mixed and produced by Pietro Milanesi, who can be found at PietroMilanesi.com.Stay tuned for more music coming soon from Flannery Maney and Brother Smoke. Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares.Special thanks to Orphanage Collective, Noah Suarez-Sikes, and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our first broadcast. Also, thank you to Lex Schultz, an integral part of the Kingdom of Pavement team, for helping us navigate the end of the world and everything in-between.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#2 THE WHITE ROCKS The Last Station is a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, THE WHITE ROCKS, was written and directed by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these words while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamasHolden is voiced by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_PhoenixJosephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti, who can be found on Instagram @linabean113This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mr_dejas. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com. This episode was re-mixed and mastered by Mia Glenn-Schuster who can be found on Instagram at @mglennsound.Our musical guests for this episode are Idalia and Haider Mir, featuring their song "Amor Dañado." You can find more from Idalia and Haider on Instagram, @Idaliavalles_ and @haideralimusic.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares.Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, thank you to Lex Schultz, an integral part of the Kingdom of Pavement team, for helping us navigate the end of the world and everything in-between.Inspiration for the monster in this episode is from Trevor Henderson’s Creative Commons Siren Head creature. (https://trevor-henderson-inspiration.fandom.com/wiki/The_Siren_Head_)Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#3 THE LOST DAY When our post-apocalyptic cowboy Holden finds himself trapped in an abandoned mine with a monster that steals time, he must find out a way to escape with his life — with Marina's help….THE LAST STATION is a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, THE LOST DAY, was written by Jack Bentele who can be found at @bentelejack and directed by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these words while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamasHolden is voiced by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_PhoenixJosephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti, who can be found on Instagram @linabean113Jake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanuThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas, and Jared Fellows, who can be found on Instagram @itgroovy. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com, and Anthony Al-Rifai. This episode was re-mixed and mastered by Mia Glenn-Schuster who can be found on Instagram at @mglennsound.The piano piece “Thoughts” in this episode was written and performed by Sid Phoenix.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares.Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, thank you to Lex Schultz, an integral part of the Kingdom of Pavement team, for helping us navigate the end of the world and everything in-between.Inspiration for the monster in this episode is from Trevor Henderson’s Creative Commons Siren Head creature. (https://trevor-henderson-inspiration.fandom.com/wiki/The_Siren_Head_)Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#4 THE STARS ARE NOT STARS The Last Station is a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, THE STARS ARE NOT STARS was written by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/ and directed by Tyler-Marie Walker. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these words while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamasHolden is voiced by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_PhoenixDustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashidJake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanuAdditional voices were Eden Polich (@edenmackenzie) and Amanda Parola (@Moanadaughterofthechief).This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas, and Jared Fellows, who can be found on Instagram @itgroovy. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com.Original music in this episode includes "Satellite" by Alice Bloom who can be found on Spotify and on Instagram @alicebloommusic. "Clementine" was performed by Elena Murray, who can be found on Instagram @elenascarlettmurray.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares.Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our Associate Producer, Eden Polich, our ethical ad sales and marketing expert, Michael Perez, our assistant Helen Silverstein, and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#5 RUINS The ruins of Marina's world close in on her.—The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, RUINS, was written by Ilan Benjamin, who can be found on Instagram @ilanibenjamin, directed by Tyler-Marie Walker, who can be found on Instagram @TYMAW. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/ and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these words while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Marina and Alt-Marina were voiced by Portia Juliettewho can be found on Instagram @PortiaJamas.Holden is voiced by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_PhoenixAlice is voiced by Flannery Maney who can be found on Instagram @FlanneryManeyThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas, and Jared Fellows, who can be found on Instagram @itgroovy. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com.Original music in this episode includes “Evening Lullaby" by Alice Bloom who can be found on Spotify and on Instagram @alicebloommusic. “My Baby,” was performed by Deli Hours. They can be found on Spotify and on Instagram @DeliHoursGraphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our Associate Producer, Eden Polich, our ethical ad sales and marketing expert, Michael Perez, our assistant Helen Silverstein, and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#6 SAFTEY, COMMUNITY, HOPE The Last Station is a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE, was written by Jorge Molina, who can be found on Instagram @colormejorge, directed by Tyler-Marie Walker, who can be found on Instagram @TYMAW. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto who can be found at https://amysuto.com/ and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/TheLastStation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Jake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera, who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu.Dustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid.Tala is voiced me, Bex Finch, who can be found on Instagram @itsbexfinchThe woman is voiced by Sarah High, who can be found on Instagram @srahhigh.The Shelter Marauder is voiced by Matt Keibler, who can be found on Instagram @mattkeibler.This episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original compositions by Date Modified Tomorrow who can be found at @datemodifiedtomorrow on Instagram and Facebook.Original music in this episode includes “Reparation" by Date Modified Tomorrow.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our assistant Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#7 PIONIGHTMARE The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, PIONIGHTMARE, was written by Jack Bentele, who can be found on Instagram @bentelejack, directed by Avi Kaye, who can be found on Instagram @avi_kaye, and executive produced by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/thelaststation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Holden is voiced by Sid Phoenix who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix or at SidPhoenixActor.comMarina is voiced by Portia Juliette who can be found on Instagram @PortialJamasJake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera, who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu.Dustin and Siren Head is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid.Josephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti who can be found on Instagram @linabean113The Shelter Marauder is voiced by Matt Keibler, who can be found on Instagram @mattkeibler.The Prisoner Marauder is voice by Jay Lee, who can be found on Instagram @jayeasyontheeyesThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original music in this episode includes “Lullaby” by Frank Watkinson. Original compositions by Haider Mir, who can be found on Instagram at HaiderAliMir.com.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writers for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our associate producer Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#8 CALIFORNIA DREAM The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, CALIFORNIA DREAM, was written by Flannery Maney who can be found on Instagram @FlanneryManey. This episode was directed by Avi Kaye, who can be found on Instagram @avi_kaye. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto who can be found at AmySuto.com, and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Holden is voiced by Sid Phoenix who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix or at SidPhoenixActor.comMarina is voiced by my, Portia Juliette who can be found on Instagram @PortialJamasAlice Bloom is voiced by Flannery Maney, who can be found on Instagram @FlanneryManeyThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original compositions are composed by Pietro Milanesi, who can be found at pietromilanesi.comOriginal music in this episode includes “California Dream" by Alice Bloom, and they can be found on Instagram @alicebloommusic.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our associate producer Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
Episode 8: Dead in the Water The waters of the North Pacific become a nightmare as two friends rescue a dying, old man from out of the fog. Adapted from William Hope Hodgson's "The Voice in the Night," things go from bad to worse as the two men realize too late, that no good deed goes unpunished.
Aunt Jane of Kentucky – Episode Eight Welcome to the Quiltfiction Podcast! In this episode, I’ll be reading the first half of Chapter Eight of Aunt Jane of Kentucky by Eliza Calvert Hall. Entitled "Mary Andrews' Dinner Party," this is the story of how a woman takes revenge on her miserly husband.
Episode 7: The Devil and Diamond Dog Diggenz Dr. Faust, Prince Prospero, Robert Johnson; history and literature are filled with stories of those who have made deals with the Devil. And now it would seem, so has Diamond Dog Diggenz. Once the greatest rocker of his day, he must now face the music. But, will his story play out like so many others before him? We're about to find out in a tale that can only be called "The Devil and Diamond Dog Diggenz!" But first, settle back, get a good grip on your nerves, and get comfortable…if you can.
Inside Track Episode 1: A look into the making of The New Tales of the Mysterious Traveler The New Tales of the Mysterious Traveler presents The Inside Track, a look behind the scenes of what goes into making the show. In this first episode, writer, producer and man of many hats, Paul Schultz talks with his best friend a frequent collaborator about the next episode of The New Tales of the Mysterious Traveler.
Inside Track Episode 2: Table Read! As recording begins on the upcoming episode of The New Tales of the Mysterious Traveler, we thought it would be fun to record a bit of the the table read for "The Devil & Diamond Dog Diggenz!" That's right, the zany DJ from "The Collectors" will be making a return trip in episode seven. Erik Fullmer (Diamond Dog), Steve Vinson (aka Chris Mercer) and the Mysterious Traveler himself (Paul Schultz) take a swing at scene one of the forthcoming journey into the strange and unusual. Afterwards, the guys discuss podcasts past and present. As always, thanks for listening!
Aunt Jane of Kentucky – Episode Nine Welcome to the Quilt Fiction Podcast! In this episode, I’ll be reading the second half of Chapter Eight of Aunt Jane of Kentucky by Eliza Calvert Hall. Entitled "Mary Andrews' Dinner Party," this is the story of how a woman takes revenge on her miserly husband.
Episode Six: The Collectors Chris Mercer and Eric Salt have been on the trail of something from out of their pasts, and out of the sky. Their search leads them to the home of hermit Willey Chambliss, who may hold the answers they seek. Sheriff Hoyt left the hustle and bustle of the city, for the peace and quiet of a small town, only to have it get turned upside down as the four men head for a collision course with…The Collectors!



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Railroad Crossing: A Christmas Story — Bess, 1923 In this special holiday edition of the Quilt Fiction Podcast, we return to Milton Falls for Christmas! In this year's story, “Railroad Crossing, Bess: 1923," we find Bess Wilcox getting ready for the holidays — she's shopping for presents, directing the church pageant, and trying to keep husband Bill from spoiling their three young daughters. When things start to go missing from her pantry shelves, Bess finds herself with a Christmas mystery on her hands!



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#8 – CALIFORNIA DREAM The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, CALIFORNIA DREAM, was written by Flannery Maney who can be found on Instagram @FlanneryManey. This episode was directed by Avi Kaye, who can be found on Instagram @avi_kaye. The Last Station is executive produced and created by Amy Suto who can be found at AmySuto.com, and Kyle Cords who is on Instagram @KyleFCords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/thelaststation for links to check out our store and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Holden is voiced by Sid Phoenix who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix or at SidPhoenixActor.comMarina is voiced by my, Portia Juliette who can be found on Instagram @PortialJamasAlice Bloom is voiced by Flannery Maney, who can be found on Instagram @FlanneryManeyThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original compositions are composed by Pietro Milanesi, who can be found at pietromilanesi.comOriginal music in this episode includes “California Dream" by Alice Bloom, and they can be found on Instagram @alicebloommusic.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our associate producer Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
#7 – PIONIGHTMARE The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, PIONIGHTMARE, was written by Jack Bentele, who can be found on Instagram @bentelejack, directed by Avi Kaye, who can be found on Instagram @avi_kaye, and executive produced by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/TheLastStation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Holden is voiced by Sid Phoenix who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix or at SidPhoenixActor.comMarina is voiced by Portia Juliette who can be found on Instagram @PortialJamasJake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera, who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu.Dustin and Siren Head is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid.Josephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti who can be found on Instagram @linabean113The Shelter Marauder is voiced by Matt Keibler, who can be found on Instagram @mattkeibler.The Prisoner Marauder is voice by Jay Lee, who can be found on Instagram @jayeasyontheeyesThis episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original music in this episode includes “Lullaby” by Frank Watkinson. Original compositions by Haider Mir, who can be found on Instagram at HaiderAliMir.com.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Michele Soares, who can be found on Instagram @mi_asoares. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writers for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our associate producer Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: [email protected] with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.
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Jamie’s rape and season 1 end Jamie’s rape scene is impactful and moving and I wanted to dive into that
Episode Five: The Hell-Rider Meets the Golem! Two legendary figures clash in a desert town gripped in fear in this throwback to the golden era of radio! One is a creature of pure evil, the other is a force for good! But all is not always as it seems in a story we call "The Hell-Rider Meets the Golem!" 
Trailer Episode- Season2 We will begin dropping Season 2 Episodes in early June 2021. In the meantime, enjoy this bonus, extended-trailer episode. The tension and conflict between Jeff and Eve escalates in Season 2 and Eve's choices come with devastating consequences. But…that is the way things work in the 1940s society where women have to tread a very careful path in life.
EPISODE 6 The penultimate…
EPISODE 7 Series finale
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Patience Is A Virtue We’re taking a break to build upon and give the story more life. Stay tuned for more updates.*
Episode 4 New fiction podcast. Love and loss in 1940s Oregon. A love affair turns deadly when an obsessive man is forsaken.Oregon, 1940s: Eve Miller, a young war widow, rebels against the ordinariness of womanhood in the post-war era. Eve is enlightened as she succumbs to the sensual temptation of an adulterous affair. In its aftermath, Eve Miller's life unravels and leads to unexpected violence and moral isolation. Exuberance Is Beauty, is a contemporary interpretation of Adam and Eve's biblical allegory and Eve's fall into desolation.Exuberance is Beauty — 5 beautiful stars.Amazon Customer Review"This story is intense! The time period is 1940s and the setting is Oregon. The main character, Eve, is whisked away to the middle of nowhere to have her illegitimate baby by a married man who seduced her. When he finds out about the child, he starts terrorizing her. He is a classic sociopath, sucking her in and manipulating her. His character infuriated me, and the author did a great job of provoking strong emotions from this reader. At one point, Eve even ends up in a mental hospital. That section of the book was of great interest to me. The ending of this story was perfect, in my opinion. It was realistic and matched the story itself. I love the way the author pulled it all together, and gave us a terrifying glimpse into the mistreatment of women in the 40's and the utterly disgusting way mental health systems were run. The author's writing was beautiful, despite the dark and intense nature of the story. The characters were well-drawn and the story immensely powerful. Looking forward to reading more from this author. Definitely a 5 star read."Amazon Customer ReviewDonna Barrow-Green Creator, ProducerDarlene Sorensen as Eve MillerEric Schneiwind as Jeff LambertShelley Bryant, Carmen/ Mary / VariousRoss Laguzza, Harry / Frank / VariousOutro Music "Flowers" by Raf Greenhttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/raf-green/896037108https://www.illuminusproductions.com/exuberance-is-beauty/Donate!https://www.patreon.com/illuminusaudio
Episode 9 Season 1 FinaleWe've reached the turning point in Eve Miler's life. In this Season One Finale, Eve's world begins to split: past and present, regret and hope, love and terror. How deep and damaging will his fissure become is yet unknown. Season Two will bring intense psychological drama and Eve will content with the limits imposed on women in post-war society. We will also learn how far man can go for power over a woman's life. Written by Donna Barrow GreenStaring: Darlene Sorensen as EveEric Schneiwind as JeffShelley Bryant as MaryRoss Laguzza as FrankWith appearances by:Robin GrayWren Ingber(c) 2021 Illuminus Audio Productionshttps://www.illuminusproductions.com/
Free Lunch By Rex Ogle Free lunch is an amazing book for teens. 
Episode 8 Exuberance Is Beauty is an audio book brought to life! The immersive pacing of a novel in a fully scripted audio-drama. Do you love fiction podcasts AND audio books? Looking for something to transport you deep into the psychology of compelling dramatic characters? Do you love the narrative structure of a longer piece of fiction? Exuberance Is Beauty is the story of a young woman named Eve who has fallen in love with the wrong man. The 1940s post-war society offers her few choices when she becomes pregnant. As she goes through her pregnancy in this first season, we see Eve in love, ambivalent, but beginning to change. Her lover, Jeff, also see that Eve is changing. Eve's growing independence brings out a terrible side of him. The 1940s view of women allows him the power to force her will or destroy her. In this complicated emotional game, Eve has an ally in Mary-a farmers wife- who has taken her in to have the baby. Together Mary and Eve believe they can secure Eve's choice to build a new life for herself and her child.In Season 1 Eve leaves her home in Portland, Oregon and moves to the country to live with an older couple on their farm. Through letters and telephone calls we are privy to Eve and Jeff's secret life, a world where art, passion, and spirit justifies indiscretion and dishonesty.Written by: Donna Barrow-GreenStarring:Darlene SorensenEric SchneiwindShelley BryantRoss LaguzzaEpisode 8 Appearances:Robin GrayWren IngberOutro Music by Raf Green https://open.spotify.com/artist/2gPagjf5oAnieCbalgmNTo?si=StQCNcR8Tpyek5UOTr9nTgMore about the show:https://www.illuminusproductions.com/



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Divorce from a teenagers pov I talk about how to deal with a divorce with parents
January movie reviews:-( In this episode I review my opinions on movies that come out in January 2020!!??
Episode 1 All the crap thats happening in my life right now.
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THE TELEPHONE VOICES (ep : 1) Rachel's deep sleep is disturbed by the phone call at 2am every night continuously for 10 days now . She is totally becoming paranoid about the fear of someone wanting to bring danger in her life . What happens to Rachel ? Listen to this episode on Rachel's life and the phone call . Stay tuned to my channel for the remaining episodes on this story to know the story of Rachel .
THE TELEPHONE VOICES (ep : 2) Alina and Rachel are together , worried about the phone call , but what they discover in the end , gives a kind of an heart attack to Rachel …. Know what happens to Rachel and her telephone in this episode . Stay tuned to this channel for the final episode of "the telephone voices" that will be out soon .
THE TELEPHONE VOICES (ep : 3) Rachel is trying to digest the fact that her phone isn't working , so what about the calls now ?? Know what Rachel does , whether she's going to lead a Happy life or not .. this is the final episode of the story . Stay tuned to my channel for more of these amazing stories .
A soul and it's cage (ep : 1) 6 friends are enjoying a night stay in a forest , all the six come back home but with a lot of stories to tell …. Listen to the episode and stay tuned to my channel for the next episode .
A soul and it's cage (ep : 2) Renuka finds a body in the forest , and she is hit with a shocking information about her own life . Listen to this final episode to know what Renuka does with the body she found .
MISS DETECTIVE (EP – 1) Miss detective is trying to solve a case is the area of Lonetown police department. Mr. John Warner is dead. How ? That's what she's trying to find . Let's see if she can succeed in this .
MISS DETECTIVE (ep : 2) after all the investigation she could do, Ms leila ends up thinking this is a suicide , untill Mrs willson comes up with a strong evidence that can turn the direction of this case. Listen to what happens and what is that they found .. stay tuned for the last episode of this story
MISS DETECTIVE EP-3 Miss detective is worried about the new evidence and she is for sure hiding something. Know what happens to the case in this last episode.
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
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Poison Cross Modern England is transformed into an ancient bloody battlefield, as seen by the driver of an HGV truck as it hurtles down the motorway towards Warwickshire.
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Here We Stay Hear the voice of the plague, as it offers a guided tour of its spread through the village Eyam in 1665, before the villagers quarantined themselves to prevent it from spreading.
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Where There is No More Sea An actress conjures the last moments of a 17th century young woman in Scotland drowned at sea for refusing to swear allegiance to the English crown.
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
Cast: Stephen Rea and Frances Tomelty
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To the Waters and the Wild A hidden lake speaks to us, revealing how secret visits by a young boy have continued to haunt him as a grown man in Northern Ireland.
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
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Teitl: These Clouded Hills (Welsh language) Dilynwch ôl troed taith anhygoel wrth i'r ferch ifanc Mary Jones gerdded 25 milltir yn droednoeth ar draws fynyddoedd garw Eryri i brynu beibl Cymreig iddi hi ei hun.
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These Clouded Hills Re-trace the footsteps of an amazing journey as the teenage Mary Jones walked 25 miles barefoot across the rugged Snowdonia mountains to buy her own a Welsh bible.
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
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Nemeton A track to a pagan well beckons as you’re invited take a walk in West Cornwall, guided by the voice of the path itself.
Cast: Michael Pennington
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From the Stone Age – part 2 Stranded on a country road late at night in the Sussex Downs,  Kerry leaves friends to go in search for help, but instead finds herself confronted by a vision from another time. Please note this episode contains some use of strong language.
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Cave Girl – part 1 A teenage girl finds herself trapped in a prehistoric identity when, on a research trip in Sussex with school friends, she begins to see visions of the place’s Neanderthal past. Please note this episode contains some use of strong language.
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Music and sound by Adam P McCready
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
Cast:  Toby Jones, Juliet Stevenson and Jack Wilkinson
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Grim's Ditch A ghostly homage to MR James set in remote North Wessex, in which the land itself begins to tell us what it once did to a man who tried in vain to master it.
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Music and sound by Adam P McCready
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
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Off the Motorway The voice of a lonely church draws us towards the Warwickshire hills and we begin to discover that its history is not what it seems.
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A New Perspectives production directed by Jack McNamara
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PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
Cast: Richard Lynch
Written by David Rudkin
Music and sound by Adam P McCready
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River, of Course An invisible presence haunts the river-crossing, bound by guilt and rooted by betrayal. Layer by historical layer, the celebrated name of the world-famous location is revealed.
Cast: Richard Lynch
Written by David Rudkin
Music and sound by Adam P McCready
A New Perspectives production directed by Jack McNamara
Supported using public funding from Arts Council England, The Space, BBC
PlacePrints is a 10-part audio series that will transform your sense of the landscape around you.
Livin the Ride with Coop and Madi – Rambling Episode 2 In this episode we argue over who is better, MJ or LeBron? We discuss our favorite movies, our online school experience and what we think happens after we die.
Livin’ the Ride with Coop and Madi – Childhood things In our first episode we talk about our childhood. How we grew up and our favorite moments and traditions. Featuring our family talking about who we are as people.
10 Nights Dad left us. It's been 10 nights



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My experience with internet friends (it’s not good) My experience with people I met online over yubo. Dramatic people, daiting, and a groupchat that hated me.



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Friendship 1ep A declaration
You will always have a place in my heart ❤ I made this song bye myself my dream is to become a singer and with your guys help my dream can come true like my music Please
Girl Missing Lauren was adopted when she was 3 and her mum refuses to talk about her birth parents.
Space questions Good luck
Chapters 3 and 4 Lauren the detective
Chapters 5 and 6 Jam’s mum helps out
Chapters 7 and 8 The plan is put into action!
Hey guys get to know me!!! What’s my podcast about and how am I in person Hey guys play by play girl chat and gossip here and today I just say that’s a little bit about me and what about my podcast sorry the episode is a little short but I promise my other podcasts are going to be a little bit longer I don’t want to take some time for you guys to get to know me and my podcast and about my YouTube channel



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How to start your YouTube channel today!!/play by play girl chat and gossip Hey guys welcome to play by play girl chat and gossip and today I just wanted to tell you guys how to start a YouTube channel I hope this help I know it’s supposed to be a gossip channel but I feel like this will be so helpful to the people who wants to start a YouTube channel so let me know what you guys think!!



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Scary Storys And Poems (Trailer)

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