This is a project I’ve been working on for a number of years now, and it’s finally come to fruition! My very first novel: “RIGHTEOUS MIGHT”

The USS Gerald Ford, a modern-day nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is hosting the family and friends of crew members at the end of a long deployment when they are asked to test a new defensive system for DARPA with help from their British and Japanese allies. After a mysterious accident during the test, the entire battlegroup finds itself at Pearl Harbor on December 6, 1941. The fleet is hopelessly outnumbered, but they do still have some modern technology at their fingertips to help even the odds. The captain has only hours to decide whether or not to strike at the approaching Japanese fleet and change the entire course of World War II, all while trying to figure out what life will look like for the sailors and civilians in their fleet after the battle.

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Lifeline On The Air – The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus: Part One – Boyhood

This December Lifeline On The Air brings you a world premiere – a serialized adaptation of The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum – best known as the author of The Wonderful World of Oz. This book tells the story of how an abandoned babe becomes a beloved icon dedicated to bringing joy to the children of the world.

Sandy Snyder as Queen of the Water Sprites

James E Grote as King of the Sleep Fays

Andrés Enriquez as King of the Wind Demons

Manny Tamayo as The Gnome King

Anthony Kayer as Jack Frost

Dorothy Milne as Queen of the Fairies

Jenifer Tyler as Queen Zurline

Heather Currie as the Nymph Necile

Patrick Blashill as Ak, the Great Woodsman of the World

Alison Cain as Shiegra the Lioness

Bilal Dardai as Claus.

Music by John Benedeck

Adapted and Directed by Christopher Hainsworth

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The Greatest Story Ever Podcast – #39: 2008 Election Night in Grant Park with Rob Hart

Rob Hart shares his experience covering Barack Obama’s election night rally in Chicago’s Grant Park in 2008. Plus, a strange confrontation with an extremely drunk man who may or may not have been a Chicago Tribune reporter after the party.

If you think you can top that story, shoot me an email at GreatestStoryEverPodcast@gmail.com

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Time Enough At Last – #37: King Nine Will Not Return

A pilot of a downed WW II bomber comes to in the African desert and desperately tries to find out what happened to the rest of his crew.

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are re-watching The Twilight Zone. Each week they share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The 37th and first episode of the second season was “King Nine Will Not Return”

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Lifeline On The Air – Sample of Solo: What’s My Deadline? Mix Tape, London with Clark & Zoomsgiving

This is the final of four podcasts in our Sample of Solo series, a selection of original fan favorites from Lifeline Theatre’s Fillet of Solo Festival. This week we present four stories:

What’s my deadline? – Performed by Dorothy Milne

Mix Tape – Performed by Amy Sumpter

London with Clark – Performed by Jay Lenn

Zoomsgiving – Performed by Claudia Reilly

Directed by Dorothy Milne

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Time Enough At Last – #36: A World of His Own

Victoria West is dumbfounded when she looks in the window of her husband’s study and sees him with a pretty blonde. But she’s even more shocked when she barges in and finds him utterly alone! Playwright Gregory West calmly explains that all he need do is describe anything into his dictaphone and —poof!—it magically appears. To make it vanish, he just throws the tape in the fire. He demonstrates both actions, first with his mistress and then—when Victoria tries to run off—with a full-grown elephant in the hallway. Unfortunately, Victoria’s still not convinced of her husband’s supernatural powers. It seems Gregory’s going to have to teach her a lesson…

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are re-watching The Twilight Zone. Each week they share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The 36th and final episode of the first season was “A World Of His Own”

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