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Tales to Terrify 263 L. P. Lee Eric J. Guignard

February 10, 2017 by Stephen Kilpatrick

Coming Up
Good Evening: 00:00:43
L. P. Lee’s A House of Locks as read by Maurine McLean: 00:01:40
Eric Guignard’s A Curse and a Kiss as read by Margaret Essex: 00:11:13
Pleasant Dreams: 01:03:05

Pertinent Links
The District of Wonders Network Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/districtofwonders
Eric Guignard: http://www.ericjguignard.com/
Eric Guignard @ Blogspot: https://ericjguignard.blogspot.com/
Eric Guignard @ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericjguignard

Comments

  1. The quality of the readings and the readers is very good – however why do you have so many “fables” as I would call them….. there is nothing terrifying about most of your stories. They are long and arduous just to get a very small surprise ending. Take a note from NoSleep — as they actually have quality reading and effects, but most importantly stories that are actually “scary”. The over-abundance of these foreign fables you put on the show is exhausting….. the minute I hear someone reading a story in an English accent – I go to another podcast. Be more selective of your stories —- there are a lot of authors out there to get good stories from — a great singer can’t make a bad song good…..

  2. Thanks for your comment. It’s important to know what’s working and what’s not for our listeners. That said, we have international authorship for an international audience, so we’re not getting rid of our narrators with non-US accents any time soon. We also try to put forth a wide range of stories to gauge what people like. If these stories didn’t work for you, let us now which ones do.