Sending out a big “Thank you!” to Geekscape.net

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When I first thought about doing a podcast, one of the areas that I thought I’d be able to cover well was geek culture. I mean, I’m a geek. Hardcore. Just ask around. But, I didn’t do a geek podcast because there were several great ones out there already, and for me the best of the bunch was Geekscape. Jonathan London, who created and hosts the show, is an even bigger geek than I am, and I mean that in the nicest possible way. His show, which you can get in either audio or video format, is a weekly podcast about comics, games, movies, TV shows, and everything else geek related. He always has knowledgeable guests on to help him delivery the latest news and reviews, and you never know what’s going to happen next. I actually had the pleasure of meeting Jonathan last year at Comic-Con, where he was kind enough to sit down with me to talk about being a young writer/director trying to make it in Hollywood. He was as nice in person as he seemed on his show.

Anyway, when I published my “Pirates of the Crimson Sand” chapbook and was looking for ways to promote it, I knew that Geekscape would be a great place to do that. When I contacted Jonathan about it he was incredibly gracious, and he said he’d feature it on his show. And, not only did he do it once, but after I sent him a copy of it he mentioned it again. I cannot thank him enough for that. Jonathan, you’re a gentleman and a scholar, and I sincerely hope that we meet again soon. Thank you so much.

To return the favor, allow me to mention a TV show he’s created called Singledom. It airs on Hulu.com, and I urge all of you to give it a try. You can also find Jonathan on Facebook and Twitter.

Thank you, again, Jonathan, and the best of luck to you and all you do.

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Pirates of the Crimson Sand – An Audio Adventure

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Hey, everyone, I am excited to announce the release of the audio version of my short story, “Pirates of the Crimson Sand.” I had a great cast of voice actors to help along the way, and they deserve a round of applause. They are:

Philippa Ballantine as Shana
J Daniel Sawyer as Braka
James Durham as Chim
Terry Mixon as The Skulper Captain
and Justin Macumber as the narrator and Swain

If you enjoy the story and would like a text version of it, you can go to my site and get it in a variety of formats, including PDF and a signed chapbook.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the story, and if you feel up to it, please let me know what you thought of it. Thank you!

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Part Two of “Tales Of The Breaking Dawn: The Ties That Bind” is on the air!

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Hey, folks, Justin here. As promised, here is Part Two of my four-part series “Tales of the Breaking Dawn: The Ties That Bind,” a science fiction story about the star-freighter Breaking Dawn and its crew. I hope you enjoyed Part One, and that this one whets your appetite for more. Please send me feedback letting me know what you think. My email address is justin@justinmacumber.com

Here is the cast list:

Justin Macumber – Narrator
Kimi Alexandre – Captain Jessica Quimbly
Terry Mixon – Boo
PG Holyfield – Cam
Ryan E Stevenson – Ferron
J Daniel Sawyer – Jack
Philippa Ballantine – Zen
Abbie Hilton – Vimm’skka Traffic Control

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An annoucement

Well, I, Justin, have taken my first step on the road to controlling my own destiny. Tonight I finished putting together a chapbook and Kindle version of my short story “Pirates of the Crimson Sand.” If you would like to read it, or purchase a copy, please go to my website. I hope you do, and I really hope that you like it. Thanks.

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This is for Ryan

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Part One of “Tales Of The Breaking Dawn: The Ties That Bind” is finally released!

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Hey, folks, Justin here. I’ve been talking about doing an audio version of my short story series for months now, but finally it’s coming out. This is part one of the four-part series “Tales of the Breaking Dawn: The Ties That Bind,” a science fiction story about the star-freighter Breaking Dawn and its crew. I hope you like it. For a first attempt, I think I did fairly well, but I’m kinda biased. Please send me feedback letting me know what you think. My email address is justin@justinmacumber.com

Also, so that everyone else who worked on it gets their proper kudos, here is the cast list:

Justin Macumber – Narrator
Kimi Alexandre – Captain Jessica Quimbly
Terry Mixon – Boo
PG Holyfield – Cam
Ryan E Stevenson – Ferron
J Daniel Sawyer – Jack
John Mierau – Duka
James Batchelor – Dock Robot

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Justin’s erotica story has been put online

Hey, everyone. I just wanted to drop a line letting you know that I’ve put the text of my erotica story “Little Mysteries” up on my website. I think the story takes on a whole new life through Pip’s spoken words, but the text ain’t bad on its own either (if I do say so myself), so if you want to read it, head on over HERE and do so. And please, if you do, leave me a message letting me know what you think. A writer grows through criticism, not silence.

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“Little Mysteries”

My erotica story, “Little Mysteries,” has gone up at Erotica a la Carte: A woman returns to her high school and finds a sweet mystery waiting for her. Thanks, Philippa!

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Come read “Pirates Of The Crimson Sand”

Hey, everyone, Justin here. I just wanted to let you know that my short story “Pirates Of The Crimson Sand” has been published by the fine folks at eMuse-Zine. If you want to read it (and I hope you do), just click on THIS LINK and it’ll take you right to it. Thanks for coming by, and please let me know what you think of it.

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The world needs a Consulting Detective

Even though I’m busy until the middle of May, I’ve decided to start producing a full-cast, sound effects and music included, recording of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes book: A Study in Scarlet. See this new page here at the DRS for all the details.

A Study in Scarlet

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