Explore, space-time, alternate realities, the near future and the unexplained, in a unique genre-crossing blend of original stories for all ages from sci-fi and fantasy to magic realism.
Siren Song of a Lost Phone
The friend of a missing adventure tourist believes they are getting messages from their lifelong companion and goes to a GPS location texted to them only to discover a digital siren has led them astray.
Initially wary, Maria begins to suspect the robot she is training is more than a company automaton and is self-aware. After realizing the robot has been compromising its future to save her job, she hatches a plan to liberate it.
Tea with Sasquatch 149
To prove to herself that she is spontaneous and audacious, a businesswoman goes on a backcountry adventure tour to look for Sasquatch. During a snowstorm, her guides disappear, and she is found by two trans-dimensional beings who offer her tea and open her mind to a new reality.
Death and Taxes
Curious about a popular social media influencer's returns, a tax auditor suspects her of cheating. As he observes her online and offline lives, he begins to suspect that he isn't dealing with a real person. Too late, he realizes his curiosity has led him into danger.
Olivia, a researcher interested in paranormal urban myths, flies across the country to interview an older man about his unusual story circulating on the internet.
Diary of an Unintentional Extraordinary Life: 6 - The Space Tourist
After a prolonged drought, Doctor Slow-Mo successfully bids on a job for a space tourism company owner. Marooned in space by his employees, the billionaire owner has a simple quick in, quick out solution he wants Doctor Slow-Mo to execute.
Very good stories marred by one small area. They need to be read by a variety of voices. The voice reading them is precise and clear. Almost too precise and clear, the way someone speaking English as a second language might enunciate. That said, the style detracts from any passion there may be in the text and after a while the stories begin to blend together because of it. Can't fault the diction, I just miss the passion. But the tales ARE good
Brilliant. I particularly like the variety of story lines. There is a real family effort in getting these stories out each month. Some episodes have 3 generations contributing to the making of a series. The variety of voices makes these stories very entertaining. My favourite characters are Evie, and Amos. Some of the episodes had me in stitches. Luki and company are a laugh a minute, particularly the missing socks episodes. Lately the episodes have moved into single stories. I particularly liked the different series. I can't wait for the writers to dream up some more story lines for my favourite characters. Please keep up the good work. Very entertaining and fun for all ages.