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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 11


When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 10


When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 9


When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 8


When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 7


When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 6 – fixed


Note: We apologize for the mix up. Here’s the correct episode 6.

When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

Subscribe on iTunes
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Public Enemy Zero in Amazon’s top 100 Sci-Fi!

Public Enemy Zero on Amazon top 100

The Grendel’s Shadow podcast episode 5

When an unknown animal starts killing off settlers on a backwater planet run on coal and steam power, there’s only person who can help stop the slaughter; T.R. Westwood. A distinguished professor of biology and the galaxy’s greatest hunter, he’s the man to go to when the local wildlife needs to be reminded who is the galaxy’s top predator.

Written by Andrew Mayne
Narrated by Justin Robert Young

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Public Enemy Zero

The world is out to kill Mitchell Roberts. A strange virus is on the loose sending everyone he comes in contact with into a homicidal rage. From narrowly avoiding getting murdered at his ex-girlfriend’s front door, to a crowded shopping mall turned one-man zombie apocalypse, he’s got to stay a step ahead of everyone around him if he doesn’t want to get ripped apart alive. He’ll need to use every resource he has, from the advice of a paranoid late night radio host, to his Twitter account and find out why he’s become Public Enemy Zero.

Public Enemy Zero is a 90,000 word full-length novel.

Available in the Kindle format for just $.99

Bradbury and Disney

When I was a kid I used to love watching the Ray Bradbury on television. I was always a fan of his books and the TV show was a neat extension of his world. But the thing I think I liked most about it was the opening where they’d show his office filled with all kinds of toys from dinosaurs to rocket ships – he was still a big kid that liked to play in his imagination.

Before Disney built Disneyland, he had a barn on his property where he played with trains and built models for ideas that would eventually become the basis for the park. You can visit that barn at its new location in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. It’s well worth it.

While not as impressive as Disneyland, Walt’s Barn or Mr. Bradbury’s, my office is filled with toys and other things that get the imagination going. But one of my favorite things to do every now and then, is visit Disneyland or pull out a Bradbury book and take a trip into one of the biggest imaginations that ever existed.