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June 2, 2010 @ 11:49pm

Episode 2: When Angels Leave

In which we see the consequences of recklessness, our heroine stands tall, an acrobat is revealed, a tall woman despences disiplinary measures, tattoos are shown, and for a brief moment, an angel is seen.

The excellent model was created by Skott Stotland of the Nerd Signal

People I hung out with at Balticon: JR Blackwell (natch), Christiana Ellis, Mur Lafferty, Jim Van Verth, Dr. John Cmar, Laura Burns, Dr. Pamela Gay, Tee Morris, Phillipa Ballantine, Phil Rossi, Chooch, Viv, Nathan Lowell, Scott Roche, the Family Pick, Ms. Information, DDog, Nobilis, Podcasting’s Rich Sigfrit, Susan Z, RDQ, Scott Breakall, Paul Fischer and Martha Holloway.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

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7 Responses to “Episode 2: When Angels Leave”

  1. […] audio from the launch was posted Sunday as Episode 1: The Business Scars. Episode 2: When Angels Leave, went up yesterday. Expect regular updates every Wednesday from here on […]

  2. As I though. When I attended your reading of the first chapter at Balticon, I thought that this was going to be very good. Ah, let me rephrase… it is NOT as I thought…. this is going to be GREAT!!! Must. Have. MORE!!!

  3. Thanks, Keetara. I’m glad you like where the show is going! Let me assure you that the adventure is just getting started. There’s so much more to come!

    And thanks for the iTunes review! I really appreciate it.

  4. The weeping angel visual — It’s something I was simply not expecting, and yet when you used it it so perfectly drew the scene. Probably one of the clearest mental images I’ve ever received from a book/podcast.

  5. Thank you, Michael. It was something I wasn’t expecting either, but when I pictured those characters in that scene, the imagery was clear. Sometimes these characters have wills of their own. I’m glad it’s stuck with you.

  6. let me start by saying that I have broken one of my cardinal rules, even having listened to the first chapter of this. What was that rule you ask? Well I don’t listen to the podcast until the story is over. If it is a podiobook I wait until I see that “this book is complete” tag. However, when I looked at this site and saw how pretty it was, and since I know Jared’s work I was temped. Temped I say, I was beyond temped. I was swayed and being so swayed I listened. Chapter 1 was great, but I was not entirely hooked. If I had not been in the car on my way to work I might have switched to another podcast and waited for this one to be finished. Don’t get me wrong I was hooked enough that I wanted to listen to the rest, but not enough to continue to break my rule. I was in the car and that was a good thing. When I heard chapter 2, I was hooked, utterly and completely. One line, “…like a fallen angle weeping in the arms of a soldier, for the sins of the world.” Thank you.

  7. Thanks for the kind words, Jeff. You are very welcome. I’m glad I made breaking one of your cardinal rules worthwhile!

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