C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and the Inklings met each week to read and discuss each other's work-in-progress, offering both encouragement and blistering critique. How did these conversations shape the books they were writing? How does creative collaboration enhance individual talent? And what can we learn from their example? Bandersnatch offers an inside look at the Inklings of Oxford, and a seat at their table at the Eagle and Child pub.
"One of the best Inklings books ever"
This is the classic adventure of Richard Hannay, who upon being buttonholed at his door by a mysterious stranger called Franklin P. Scudder, finds himself drawn into adventure and international intrigue with Europe on the brink of war, and the fate of England at stake.
The timeless Dickens classic, narrated by Michael Ward.
This is the timeless science fiction classic, depicting man's struggle against technologically superior invaders from Mars.
This timeless classic by Robert Louis Stevenson of man's struggle with his dual nature is brought to life in this audiobook edition.
The best of M R James' ghost stories. Includes the classics "The Mezzotint", "Whistle and I'll Come for You My Lad", "Lost Hearts", "The Tractate Middoth", and "The Casting of the Runes". Narrated by Michael Ward for the Huntingdon Community Radio station HCR104fm.
Johnny the embalmer loved his job and loved to let the towns people know he did. When Johnny was a little boy, he would hang out with his father in their morgue which had been in the family for many generations. Johnny's father never let little Johnny in on the family's dirty little secret. Johnny's father felt that now was as good of a time as any to let Johnny in on the family's dark past since he had reached the age where his father told him.
Just off in the distance stood a little town called Killington - a town so small that was hard to locate on a map. In fact, this town only had a population of about 50 people, which could explain why nobody knew about it. That was all about to change with the arrival of Jason. Jason would end up turning the town upside down, making Killington a famous tourist attraction for all the wrong reasons.
Liar [ˈlī(-ə)r] (n): 1. A person who tells lies. 2. A writer. In this gripping new audio collection you’ll find 15 tales of deceit and deception, perjury and prevarication, falsehoods and fibs, spun by some of the finest liars in the business.
This beloved poem that did much to codify the image of Santa Claus, narrated by Michael Ward.
Selected adventures of Sherlocks Holmes as collected by his resolute companion Dr. Watson, as narrated by Michael Ward.
When Sam Melody, a hardworking private detective, meets the beautiful Jasmine Pellitier, the consequences could be deadly. Although Jasmine seems like the perfect woman, she is actually a 2,500-year-old witch... and is being pursued by ancient enemies who will stop at nothing to learn the secret of her powers.
On a bright sunny day in a public park two security officers encounter problems, tragedy and someone with psychic abilities.
The continued adventures of Sherlock Holmes, covering such classics as: "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle", "The Adventure of the Speckled Band", "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb", "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor", "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet", and "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches". This is an HCR104fm audiobook.
Narrated by Michael Ward and broadcast on HCR104fm Huntingdon radio, this timeless classic of a little girl's journey through a strange land alongside even stranger people is collected in audiobook format.
Sit back, turn the lights down low, and get ready for the scare of your life with 5 Short Stories from 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead by Drac Von Stoller. Immerse yourself in some of the best horrifying short stories ever told, including "Guillotine", "Killington Axe Murders", "Scared to Death", "Vampinstein", and "Witch Finder General's Curse". Read by Michael Ward.
Henry was a very handsome man, one the ladies always had their eyes on. Henry wasn't born into wealth, and wasn't a wealthy man, but he always dreamed he'd marry into wealth someday - and have all the precious things he dreamed about. That dream was about to come true when he met a very beautiful woman by the name of Monique. But Henry's love for money and Monique's fading beauty would cause their marriage to spiral into a frenzy of greed and murder.
Every Halloween the town of Deadsville holds their annual "Circus of Horrors" that brings in tourists from all over the world. This was the only real money maker for the town of Deadsville. Deadsville had one post office, one church, one store, etc., so there wasn't very much excitement in this little town. Though the town of Deadsville wasn't totally dead, hence the name. Just like everything this world has to offer in everyday life. Things can get rather boring unless you can think up new ideas that will stand out.
It all began around the 15th century when a man by the name of Henry Von Schmidt's obsession for grave robbing got out of control. Henry stumbled onto a grave with a pentagram etched into the tombstone and noticed writing on the tombstone. It read: "Whosoever desecrates Richard Valence III's final resting place will surely die!" Henry laughed it off, "Hogwash! Some children probably wrote those words and made up a story so the townspeople would think the cemetery was haunted. They probably thought it would give them some kind of entertainment since there wasn't much excitement in this little town called 'Vampinstein.'"
Former child star turned detective A. Gordon Grant is working way at the bottom of investigations food chain as a "shopper" or retail investigator, riding around with a partner and doing tests on cashiers at various retail store in the Los Angeles area. Gordon and his new partner Cindy, a drop-dead beautiful Blonde with secrets of her own, discover a damsel in distress and risk their jobs to set things right. Even if they keep their jobs can they keep the cashier's jealous husband from murdering her boss?