27 episodes

Trudie Lem is ugly. Irresponsible. Alien. Space Captain. Earth Detective. Only the galaxy knows how she survived prior to enlisting Aurora, her co-pilot and overall minder. Together they solve minor Earth mysteries and confront greater galactic threats. Trudie drinks and flirts with the small town inhabitants of their adopted home. Aurora dreams of a life where she's in charge and back in the sky. With Trudie's penchant for trouble and Aurora's desire to do something other than answer the dang phone, there's no shortage of excitement in their lives.

Trudie Lem: Spaceship Captain, Earth Detective Podiobooks.com

    • Arts
    • 3.0, 2 Ratings

Trudie Lem is ugly. Irresponsible. Alien. Space Captain. Earth Detective. Only the galaxy knows how she survived prior to enlisting Aurora, her co-pilot and overall minder. Together they solve minor Earth mysteries and confront greater galactic threats. Trudie drinks and flirts with the small town inhabitants of their adopted home. Aurora dreams of a life where she's in charge and back in the sky. With Trudie's penchant for trouble and Aurora's desire to do something other than answer the dang phone, there's no shortage of excitement in their lives.

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

DanaPodListener ,

Hilarious and suspenseful!

I find myself laughing out loud while listening to this. Thoroughly enjoyed myself. I hope the author writes and records more!

TheTCT ,

Honest Critique

The iTune's star rating system is ridiculous. I don't hate it. I listen as an editor from the perspective of a reader/listener and see where improvements can be made to make a work viable. As is, It's not too viable.

I think this could be good, but some major revision and improvements need to happen. The writer has used way too much passive language, words like was and were). The writer has overuse language like 'wanted'. There are also details that do not serve to move the story forward.

Listeners are no different than readers. The writer needs to show us rather than tell us. We also need more energy and character division from the narrator. There needs to be more dialogue and character development in the active rather than the passive. Readers/listeners don't want to be told a story. They want to experience a story. Telling puts readers to sleep and is not memorable while experiencing a story through active language keeps them excited and always wondering what's around the corner.

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