Tag Archives: Dracula

Stoker—240: Chapter 20

240—Chapter 20 of Dracula! Whoot!


 
From Lisa the Extinct Dracula Monkey!!!

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Again, many thanks to Jon Scholes at Vaguenet, and Ehren Ziegler at Chop Bard for our audio this week!

Just the Books is now paralleling CraftLit in real time—for Dracula only. We’ll be uploading the books between Pride and Prejudice and Dracula as time and space allow. AND the CraftLit Family page is up and growing! Add what you’re up to there and share your “betterness”. Interview starts at 8min and booktalk starts at 25 audio

Stoker—239: Chapter 19

Chapter 19 of Dracula! Whoot!

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Visuals for you of
a skeleton key

(used with permission)

and hobnail boots.


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Again, many thanks to Elizabeth Klett, Jon Scholes at Vaguenet, and Ehren Ziegler at Chop Bard for our audio this week!

Stoker—235: Chapter 14

Chapter 14 of Dracula! Whoot!

Then, over the next couple of weeks you’ll get episode 236 (chapter 15) and episode 237 (chapter 16)–but these shownotes will not change!

(Scroll to the bottom of the page for a player or grab the show on iTunes or via this feed). Again, many thanks to Maurice Mengel, Jon Scholes at Vaguenet, and Ehren Ziegler at Chop Bard for our audio this week!

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Updates

Happy Holidays | Carlson School of Management, the first chapter of Cool for Cats, reviewed and read for you at Forgotten Classics, things even food safety experts won’t eat (good to know!).

Holiday Freebies for You!

A gift from us to you—Christmas Cards from the Good Madame

(who is only interested in righting wrongs and vanquishing injustice, after all…which is almost sort of in the spirit of the season…mostly…)

Based on the art used in the Crachette Pattern from the Dickens of a Christmas Blog Hop


—what could be better than a selection of sweet, printable cards to send to your creative comrades, handmade for you by our book’s artist Jen Minnis? Here you will find full-color versions of the cards along with b&w cards you can color yourself if you or you’re kids are feeling crafty.

The sets below print at 2 cards to an 8-1/2″ x 11″ page and can be used with Avery template 3266. If you would like half-fold sets, we have pdfs which fit Avery #3378 templates in color and black and white.
Free Christmas Cards A

There are many styles to choose from. Or you can download a PDF that includes them all!

Color Sets B&W Sets Complete Sets
Free Christmas Cards A-color
Consider Yourself
Free Christmas Cards A
Consider Yourself

Full Set Color

Free Christmas Cards B-color

…More

Free Christmas Cards B

…More

Free Christmas Cards C-color

I’d Do Anything…

Free Christmas Cards C

I’d Do Anything…

Free Christmas Cards D-color

New Socks?

Free Christmas Cards D

New Socks?

Full Set B&W

Free Christmas Cards E-Color

Think of Others

Free Christmas Cards E

Think of Others

Free Christmas Cards F-color

I Made It…

Free Christmas Cards F

I Made It…


Check out more of Jen’s work at Jen Minnis’ Art Blog.

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Listen to episode 235 audio.
Listen to episode 236 on 12/23 audio.
Listen to episode 237 on 12/30 audio.

Stoker—234: Chapter 13

Chapter 13 of Dracula! Whoot!

(Scroll to the bottom of the page for a player or grab the show on iTunes or via this feed). Again, many thanks to Elizabeth Klett, Barbara Edelman, and Ehren Ziegler at Chop Bard for our audio this week!

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(now you can ride on CraftLit’s coattails and go get your free book and start your trial by following this link)

Updates

FUNNY!
Just Glue Some Gears on It (and call it Steampunk) Continue reading

Stoker—233: Chapter 12

Chapter 12 of Dracula! Whoot!

Many thanks to Elizabeth Klett, Arlen Donald, and Ehren Ziegler at Chop Bardfor our audio this week!

Updates

Need a Trumpet Class for you or your kid? Consider Skype and Dale, the marvelous master of music.

Scroll down to see a neato Dracula cover. Interesting bits on audiobooks etc: James Parker, “The Mind’s Ear”; John Schwartz, “Wired for Sound” Concealed—a new YA book about Djinn for all you fantasy/YA lovers! Marceli Botticelli live and in person (with a full four litres of blood!) at the Watch City Dickens Christmas Festival at Charles River, MA. December Incentive! From listener Julie Temisevä! November Incentives: Yarn! goes to Katie in WA Vampires, Werewolves, and Zombies goes to Zaida in NY. Still have some Defarge wristbands so donate if you want one. (Make sure PayPal has your address! or I can’t send it to you!)