Monthly Archives: February 2018

Scribblers’ Rest: Episode 7 – Pathfinder – Rappan Athuk!: The Mess Hall

Welcome to Scribblers’ Rest, where a group of Florida creatives play RPGs!

The Scribblers get real as they venture head first into Rappan Athuk: Episode 7 – The Mess Hall
The real-world interrupts and the party finds itself separated. Where are the healers?

Game Master ? William Tucker (Writer for TPK Games as well as Kenzer and Company, & Scribblers’ Rest co-host regular)

Alithas Draytyn, Elf Swashbucker – Kyle Walker (Adventures of the Untold podcast)
Nissa Timbers, Gnome Hunter with Baloo, bear companion – Alysha Bailey (Adventures of the Untold podcast)
Sue, Human Titan Fighter – Larry Heydorn (Author of Age of the Fallen series & Scribblers’ Rest co-host regular)

We play role-playing games such as: Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, and Shadowrun.
Roleplaying, RPG, D20, DnD, Tabletop Games. TTRPG

Audio/Video – Larry Heydorn
Music by Michael R. Fletcher (also a kickass author) and the Doppels Band!
Scribblers’ Rest logo by Genki Goth Studios

Thank you to Project Entertainment Network and Armand Rosamilia (another amazing author/podcaster) for hosting our show!

A HUGE thank you to our show sponsor:
Subculture Corsets & Clothing

Check out this episode of Scribbler’s Rest!

Aperture Hour Podcast: Episode 008 – ANTI-LOVE MOVIES

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! The boys are celebrating by discussing anti-love films. We’re talking Garden State, The Story of Us, Punch Drunk Love, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and many others. Also, the gang reviews Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Brawl in Cell Block 99. 

Check out this Aperture Hour Podcast episode!

The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 75 – Also-Boughts

Also-Boughts on Amazon.

There’s a lot of information about your book and the reading habits of your fans if you take the time to look.

The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda delve into not only what your readers are also reading but the overall picture of who your fan base is… and is it the right one for you?

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing


Check out this episode of The Mando Method!

Dark Nights of the Soul — InkStains Ep 55



The dark night of the soul
preys on artist of all sorts.
The belief that nothing is working,
and nothing will ever work.
What can you do?

John Urbancik reads something
he wrote about courage
during the storm
(and talks about some of his experiences
with hurricanes and tropical storms).
Updates on DarkWalker.
And you, too, should be reading
Chuck Wendig.

Stories this week include
  Bestiary, The Smiling Clockwork Thing,
and Me and the Magic Beans.

John Urbancik discusses
writing, photography, art, and creativity,
and also reads stories.


Check out this episode of InkStains!


First up we hit you with our Quick Hit Reviews of titles Captain Marvel #128, Batman White Knight #5, Hungry Ghosts #1, Batman/Mother Panic #1, Tales of Suspense #101, BabyTeeth and Brute Force #1!

Then the moment we’ve all been waiting for… the return of SWAMP THING! We review not just one but TWO 80pg giants loaded with much encrusted mayhem. Young Monsters in Love and Swamp Thing: Winter Special. How does our bio-restorative buddy fare? Well, there may be moments of jeers and tears as John and Dave debate if the character has been given room to blossom.

Love Comics? Then Listen up and FUEL YOUR FANDOM!

Quick Hits- 7:25

Young Monsters in Love- 21:50

Swamp Thing Winter Special- 41:00

Check out this Parlipod episode!

Lunch Ladies Book Club: Episode 38 – Night Society (Part 3 of 3)

The Lunch Ladies Book Club (Shelly, Ashley and Mimzie) read and review Night Society by Ambrose Ibsen

Did they like it? Did they agree or disagree about it?

Find out by listening!

Part 3 of 3

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing and Becoming by Lucas Milliron

Check out this episode of Lunch Ladies Book Club!

The Necrocasticon Volume 3 Chapter 39

Volume 3 Chapter 39 of The Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal with a common connection.

We’re kicking off Women in Horror Month over here at Project Entertainment Network with our special guest panelist, horror author Suzanne Madron, and we’re digging into our muses, the things that inspire us.

Be it through music, written prose or captured on film, our art is inspired by something. Is it politics? Is it a lost love? A hero of some extreme? It could be any number of things.

Tom and Walt join Suzanne and our friend Dan Roberts, who is filling in for both Mr. Scott and Azriel. Dan’s here to give us our B Movie review this weeks, Curse of the Witch’s Doll, a film from Lawrence Fowler, which you can see this week on VOD!

Check out this episode of Necrocasticon!