Monthly Archives: August 2017


Singularity – Episode 5 – Mutiny Pre-empted

Below we present the complete text of “Mutiny Pre-empted”, episode 5 of our new Space Opera; Singularity. This is a brand new (unpublished) series (featuring Sarah Tanner and Jeff Chase). If you would like to see these new stories advance from being drafts into polished publications then please consider supporting us … Continue reading

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Singularity – Episode 4 – Limping into Oblivion

Below we present the complete text of “Limping into Oblivion”, episode 4 of our new Space Opera; Singularity. This is a brand new (unpublished) series (featuring Sarah Tanner and Jeff Chase). If you would like to see these new stories advance from being drafts into polished publications then please consider supporting … Continue reading

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How to Make the Most of Three Act Structure in Audio Script Writing

THE THREE ACT PLOT Today I’m being a bit controversial. Lots of people really hate three act structure (like the guy who wrote this, for instance… https://filmcrithulk.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/hulk-presents-the-myth-of-3-act-structure/). Some even go so far as to say it doesn’t exist (because all stories have a beginning, middle, and end). That’s fine. But … Continue reading


Singularity – Episode 3 – Vega Station Is no More

Below we present the complete text of “Vega Station is no More”, episode 3 of our new Space Opera; Singularity. This is a brand new (unpublished) series (featuring Sarah Tanner and Jeff Chase). If you would like to see these new stories advance from being drafts into polished publications then please … Continue reading

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Tips for Keeping Your Audio Drama From Being Forgotten – Memory and Audience Focus

This article was prompted by an excellent blog post by Jack Ward, on how an audio drama can lose an audience. I’ve expanded on those thoughts here to help us look at the slightly different topic of why some audio dramas are so easily forgotten and how this can be … Continue reading


How to use the Scene and Sequel Structure to Improve your Audio Drama Script

Scene and Sequel Structure (the structure of scenes) The Scene and Sequel structure is a useful writing structure from the world of narrative fiction. While just one tool among many, this structure is used to add and heighten dramatic interest in a scene. Basically, it is a six-part structure (two … Continue reading


Increase Immersion with Four Narrative Techniques (and a Fifth Tip that Matters Just for Audio Drama) 1

Four Narrative Techniques that Increase Immersion (and a Fifth Tip that Matters Just for Audio Drama) Are you looking for some suggestions on how to increase the immersion created by the stories you tell?  Some simple ways to bring your scripts to life in the minds of your audience? The … Continue reading