StarShipSofa

StarShipSofa No 624 Harold R. Thompson

av StarShipSofa | Publicerades 2/12/2020

Main Fiction: "Top Tier" by Harold R. Thompson This story is original to StarShipSofa. Harold R. Thompson has written non-fiction and short science fiction and fantasy for a variety of print and online magazines. He is also the author of the “Empire and Honor” series of historical adventure novels, which include Dudley’s Fusiliers, Guns of Sevastopol, and Sword of the Mogul. He lives in Nova Scotia and, when not writing or spending time with his family, works for Parks Canada. Narrated by Anthony Babington Anthony Babington is an aspiring voice actor, who looks just slightly off from how he sounds. From his secret volcano lair in Minnesota he narrates podcasts, and leases his soul to corporate America. He has previously recorded for Far Fetched Fables and The Cursed Inn. He can be found on Twitter as @AlephBaker. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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