Will this be the final message from the Madman?
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This episode FateCrafters feature is Rex Rivetter (http://dsentertain.com). This is one of the most fun adventures I enjoy each time they release an episode. Be sure to check them out!
Fatecrafters Studios, the network for Paul Sating Productions, has just recently added a wealth of audio drama talent! Shows such as Spines, The Tunnels, Rex Rivetter, Audioblivious Productions, Drift and Ramble, Pulp-Pourri Theatre are all now part of this effort to grow audio drama together. This episode's recommendation is Audioblivious Productions (http://audiobliviousproductions.libsyn.com). Please follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/fatecrafters/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/fatecrafterspod) for the latest news on all these shows. Throughout the offseason I will promote these other shows so you can hear what they have to offer!
Are you a writer? Would YOU like to write an entire season of a madman/madwoman/madperson story? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your concept, a basic outline, and a basic character profile. I am accepting submissions until May 19, 2017. This is a deal that's too good to pass up for any writer looking to try their hand at audio drama. You do the writing and editing; we'll take care of the acting and all the production. Don't hesitate; submit early.
Maybe you're looking for more stories, different types of stories? Head over to the Store (http://www.paulsating.com) to find my other short stories, like "Salt and Pepper," a new LGBTQ love story or the new horror "The Plant". We'll send you the .mp3 & .pdf files for your enjoyment!
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Written, edited & produced by: Paul Sating
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