This week, hosts Sam (@MCPepperpockets) and Brendan (@FreakLabMishap) talk about the second half of Glen Cook’s novel The Black Company. The the action picks up and the characters become more interesting as our heroic mercenary Croaker plays cards with his friends, practices archery, and fantasizes about the villain’s childhood. Al We stream the READ/WRITE book club […]
Icy spray struck Haldor’s face as he looked up at the sails. Beside him, Jutta looked on with equal awe. The longship sat, suspended on plinths of concrete and steel. Though the oars no longer moved, they could both hear the crashing waves echo in their memory. The ocean beat against the shore behind them, […]
This week hosts Sam and Brendan are joined by guest Martin to discuss the final three short stories of The Last Wish, by Andrzej Sapkowsky. Geralt takes a bath in A Matter of Price, meets a friendly satyr in The Edge of the World and goes fishing with his friend, Dandelion, in The Last Wish. […]
Its out! I was so excited about it, I completely forgot to post anything. I, and my co-hosts, recorded and broadcast the first episode of read/write, our Twitch book club and podcast on 6 March 2017. In Episode 1, we discuss the first half of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Last Wish, one of several novels that […]
Hello, hello! Welcome everyone to tonight’s performance. I know many of you are regulars, familiar with my adventures, but for those of you new to the excitement, I suppose I should offer a summary. Find a seat, or find someone to hold onto, because this is going to be a whirlwind! Read the rest of […]
Here we are again, my loyal fans and friends! It has been a full cycle of the moon since I last regaled you with one of my tales of daring and adventure. Prepare to be astounded and amazed by the prowess and skill of my companion’s deeds. Read the entire Tale HERE.
Welcome back, friends, to another Two-Score Tale! Last time I left you in the midst of battle. Attacked by several vessels, our naval transport returned fire. The enemy summoned all kinds of terrible beasts, but we repelled them mightily. Now, I present to you: the conclusion to this epic battle.