Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Journey #147 - Journey Into IFC by R. C. Anderson

Due to an exceptional pay rate and the promise of adventure, recent college graduate, Kira, goes to work for EECD, Inc., and learns that she has gotten herself involved in a project much more ambitious and immense than she'd ever imagined.

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R.C. Anderson is an amateur writer that aspires to slightly above amateur status. His primary career is in the engineering / construction field, and many of his works reflect this.  He was born in the early 80s, and raised in rural Arkansas, where his passion for stories was developed inside his mother's video store. In 1990, his family moved to California's central valley, where he lived and went to school for most of the next twenty years. In 2009, he moved outside of Portland Oregon, and currently resides in the city of Hillsboro. He lives with his girlfriend and four cats.

Cast of characters:
Bria Burton as Kira
Tena Kolokowski as Monica
Rish Outfield (of The Rish Outcast and The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine) as James
Big Anklevich (of The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine and Big Anklevich on Toys) as Rob
Gino Moretto as Alan
Marshal Latham as Armon, and the narrator

Music from Kevin MacLeod
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Theme music: Liberator by Man In Space

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1 comment:

  1. This story was really entertaining. I enjoyed the level of detail that the story contains and I felt as if I was living it in my imagination. This is defenetely chapter 1 of the story and I am looking forward to see how the story develops. BTW, this story may sound futuristic and unreal but, I have heard Peter Thiel talking about building it's own country out at sea where no laws apply.