Today, on this warm, sunny Wednesday in March, we are releasing Episode 1 of our new podcast, Tales from The Other Green Door. The podcast is an offshoot of my novel Out of Time, and it involves two elves—Jace Willowdale and her cousin Thirret Greenwood—and their adventures in Portland, Maine. They run a café called—ta-da!—The Other Green Door, where they not only bake tasty treats but also collect magical relics.
Each Wednesday, for the next eleven weeks, we will be dropping a new episode of “The Wings of Luck,” the first tale from The Other Green Door podcast.
In episode 1, “A Grenog Comes to the Café,” an unexpected visitor turns up at The Other Green Door, setting in motion a dangerous chain of events.
Hope to see you at The Other Green Door, which has the best croissants and magical relics in town.
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Sounds very tempting.
Yay!!! Michael and I will listen to it tonight!! 😄😄😄
Many thanks, Shannon!
Hope you are having a good time with your new adventure. 🙂
I am! Certainly learning a new skill set. 😉
Congratulations Laurie and good luck with this new venture! 💚🍀
Sounds very intriguing!
Congratulations on such an exciting venture! I’ll look forward to listening ☺️
It was good to hear the voice to go with the blog posts.
Always fun to hear the voices of blogging friends.
Will have to listen when I get home from work.
Thanks so much!
Congratulations. Will listen to on Spotify. 🙂
This is awesome listening, Laurie. I really enjoyed hearing your voice, and being read to! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!
Many thanks! Always fun to hear someone’s voice, isn’t it?
Hurray! I’ve been waiting all week ….
Thanks so much, Ju-Lyn!
What fun! I know you’ll enjoy it. I’m sure there was a bit of a learning curve — at least, there would have been for me — but I suspect it’s going to be a good experience. It’s amazing what can be done these days. As much as we gripe about technology, it allows its own bit of magic!
It was quite a learning curve. Had to scrap the first recording of Episode 1 because I sounded too flat. But I’m learning! As for technology…I am hoping that when this pandemic is over, people will truly appreciate how technology kept people sane and kept things running.
Beautifully read, Laurie, and congratulations to Clif for the technical stuff
Thanks so much, Derrick!
Absolutely enjoyed your wonderful new adventure!!
Thanks so very much!
Well done! A new adventure for the elves and a new one for you too!
Yes, and it’s been fun to go on new adventures with the elves in little Portland, Maine.
I am just finishing ‘Library Lost’ which I am really enjoying and then will have to re-read number 3 to get the whole story!
So wonderful to hear! Many thanks. Working on Book 4 right now.
Quickly please – I want to know how you resolve it all! But I know I have to be patient.
How nice to read this comment! Great way to start the day.
I meant it!
Many, many thanks!
Impressed with how prolific you are, Laurie! So many ideas all the time!
well done!! What a great idea!
Laurie, it’s lovely… and so nice to hear your voice.
I am listening now and enjoying the story, Laurie!
Thanks so much!
I enjoyed that, Laurie, thank you. Which authors / books (if any) have influenced the direction and style of your storytelling?
Many thanks! Madeleine L’Engle and J. R. R. Tolkien are the two biggest influences on my writing.
Wonderful and I really like your voice. Laurie.
Thanks so very much!
Congratulations, Laurie! I have really enjoyed listening to your story.
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