Turner Ashbey, Chapter 15
Writer, historian and former ambassador to the Great State of Colorado, Turner Ashbey looks back at his life including his on and off again relationship with resistance leader, Laze Fitzgerald.
History has changed. Maps have changed. The tides have changed. Turner and his friends enter the Realm of Kentucky and Turner ends up working for the Duke of Lexington's daughter.
The Recollections of Turner Ashbey, Chapter 15 (18.5 minutes, 13.4 MB)
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Did we say? MARK TIME FIRESIGN THEATRE GUEST BUNDLE - was $39.42, that´s crazy, now $34.95.
The MARK TIME GUEST STAR BUNDLE - was $19.42 now a ridiculously low $14.95.
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While we’re on the subject of ZBS, we’re broadcasting their latest Jack Flanders story, Dreams of Tiffany Blue, on Sound Affects: A Radio Playground on KFAI community radio. It’s January 5 and 12, 2014. If you missed one, they’re kept in the archive on the KFAI website for two weeks.
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