Archive for July, 2012

Up and Down: Chapter 9

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

In Chapter 9, David and his sister Lauren, make their mother’s final arrangements. Then, David makes a few arrangements of his own.

Next week Chapter 10 as all hell breaks loose, when Sarah Nesbitt’s story breaks loose.

The voiceover that opens each podcast episode was provided by my friend, Roger Dey.

Comments are always welcome here on the blog, via email to tfallis@gmail.com, or even over at iTunes.

Up and Down: Chapter 8

Friday, July 20th, 2012

In Chapter 8, David makes a valiant attempt to convince his colleagues at Turner King that Landon Percival would make the perfect Canadian Citizen Astronaut. As well, there’s bad news on the home front.

Next week, Chapter 9, as David does some soul searching that leads him to an important decision.

The voiceover that opens each podcast episode was provided by my friend, Roger Dey.

Comments on the story are always welcome here on the blog, via email to tfallis@gmail.com, or even over on iTunes.

 

 

Up and Down: Chapter 7

Saturday, July 14th, 2012

In Chapter 7, David hears the rest of Landon Percival’s remarkable story. Then she shows him something that makes his head, and every other part of his body, spin.

Next week, Chapter 8, as David tries to persuade his colleagues at Turner King that Landon is the perfect Citizen Astronaut.

The voiceover that opens each episode was provided by my friend, Roger Dey.

Your comments are always welcome, here on the blog, at iTunes, or via email to tfallis@gmail.com.

Up and Down: Chapter 6

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

In Chapter 6, David makes a harrowing journey out to Cigar Lake, British Columbia, and comes face-to-face with the elusive Landon Percival, the Canadian winner of the Citizen Astronaut contest. Landon is neither the winner David was expecting, nor the one Crawford Blake directed him to find.

Next week, Chapter 7 as we learn more about the extraordinary life of Landon Percival.

The voiceover the opens each podcast episode was provided by my friend, Roger Dey.

Your comments on the podcast are always appreciated here on the blog, or via email to tfallis@gmail.com.