Friday 27 May 2011

One Stormy Night

Dear Listener,

What are archaeologists really looking for?

This week's story is longer than the usual Borders of Sleep fare and certainly longer than I would normally podcast; but, I am still wanting to try out different things and see what people like. I did consider putting this into parts I and II but I thought you might find that annoying.

That said, this story is long, but not as long as the time for which one of the characters has been absent from himself.

When I wrote it, it seemed to get a life of its own and to run away with me, but hopefully not like the horse in the story.

There is a lot crammed into it, but not quite as much as you will see crammed into a certain item of clothing that you will hear about.

The airy and dark acoustic guitar soundtrack is from The Glass Desert by Harlan Williams and it's available from Magnatune.

You can download the podcast by clicking here or subscribe on iTunes or paste the feed into any other podcatcher.

I hope you enjoy the story, but feedback of all sorts is always welcome. Tim and I were just saying how great it is when a listener coments - it really makes our day.

Thank you for listening.


  1. I found your stories on iTunes in part of my effort to find something to fall asleep to. However, I find myself staying up just to listen to your adaptations and original stories. This one is my favorite so far. Your story telling is beautiful and my over active imagination paints the most colorful pictures as you speak. Thanks for the podcasts.

    1. Sydney, thank you so much for leaving a comment and I am thrilled that you have enjoyed the stories - that encourages me very much!

      Thank you :-)