Today I’m launching a walk-n-talk podcast that I’m entitling “A Brand New Day”
Inspired by Nathan Lowel’s “Talking on my Morning Walk” (https://www.nathanlowell.com/tommw/) and Dave Robison’s “North Pond Monologues (https://butterymanvoice.com/npm/ ) I’m starting my own waling podcast.
Every weekday you can expect to see a 15-20 minute chat from me wherein I share my thoughts with you… as they come to me. This will be un-edited, unproduced and what you hear… is what you get.
I hope you enjoy. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments as they come to you and I’ll try and respond to them on future walks.
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Taking pity on the plucky intern in the Archives of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences might not have been the best choice for Agent Brandon Hill. What seemed like a simple kindness has brought him to the bottom of the Northumberland Straight, and into a very peculiar kind of Canadian danger.
Agent Brandon Hill is on assignment in South America, enjoying the local culture and women, when a mystery that could lead to El Dorado falls into his lap. Before the intrepid agent knows it, he is the jungle uncovering a plot but the devilish Illuminati. He will need all his monkey knife fighting skills to survive this one.
This short story is available as a part of Volume 2 of Tales from the Archives short story anthology.
A fringe colony world has gone dark, and Captain Cody Amado and the crew of the ISPA’s newest battle cruiser, Mjöllnir, must respond and investigate.
No one is prepared for the destruction that awaits them.
Agendas collide as the bonds of duty, loyalty, and family are tested, and the major governments position themselves to prepare for what is to come next.
With interstellar tensions rising, the crew of the Mjöllnir race to discover the connection between the colony’s destruction, an alien society so reclusive it has only been rumored about, and an enemy that disappeared a decade prior.
Is this merely an isolated incident, or is this a harbinger of much darker things still to come?