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The Adventures of Wilma, the Magic Cat
23 minutes | Jun 24, 2016
The Adventures of Wilma, the Magic Cat: A new fantasy audio drama podcast: Episode 1: Wilma Finds a Home
I've recently become interested in audio drama. Thus, I've created an audio drama version of Wilma, the Magic Cat called Wilma finds a Home.This new podcast is written and performed by myself, Paul Michael Mosher.The link to the mp3 version of Wilma Find a Home is https://ia801508.us.archive.org/12/items/WilmaFindsAHome/WilmaFindsAHome.mp3 .Join Wilma and her new friends as she struggles to save the mystic forest. For more information, you can contact me through my Wilma The Magic Cat Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Wilma-The-Magic-Cat-395875653896528 or on Twitter through Wilma TheMagic Cat@WilmaMagic . You can also contact me through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All links are provided in my show notes at Wilma The Magic Cat at wilmathemagiccat.blogspot.ca or wilmathemagiccat.wordpress.com. This podcast has a 2016 copyright. All non-textual materials used to make this podcast, such as cover art, music and sound effects, are in the public domain. The theme music is a remix from a midi file created from an unaccredited vbr.m3u file of Greensleeves by Mozart found on The Internet Archive at archive.org in the community audio section. The cover art is compiled by myself using Persian Cat found at Wotcat.com. The Sound Effects are from FreeSound.org, FreeSFX.co.uk, Sounddog.com, Soundjay.com, Wavsource.com, and YouTube. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review or ratings with itunes.
35 minutes | Nov 27, 2014
Episode 001: Wilma, The Magic Cat Show Notes
Wilma, The Magic Cat is a fantasy fairy short story written years ago for a creative writing class. My instructor suggested submitting it for publication, but of course it sat on a compact disk for a very long time. I recently became a fan of podcasts, and it occurred to me that Wilma was perfect as a first venture into this medium.The story concerns three sisters who rescue a cat and the adventure that ensues as a result. No spoilers; so listen to the podcast to find out what happens.The podcast was released on September 10, 2014 on The Internet Archive at archive.org. Hopefully, it will be on itunes and elsewhere soon. I'm investigating various means to promote the podcast and will make some decisions concerning the various possibilities soon.Now for the obligatory information:Wilma, The Magic Cat by Paul Michael Mosher is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.All non-textual materials used to make this podcast, such as cover art, music and sound effects, are in the public domain. The theme music is from an unaccredited vbr.m3u file of Greensleeves by Mozart found on The Internet Archives at https://archive.org/ in the community audio section. The cover art is compiled by myself using The mill wheel at Salt Creek by Bobbi Jones Jones available at All-Free-Download.com and Persian Cat found at Wotcat.com. The sound effects used in this podcast are from soundjay.com, you tube, and soundbible.com.For more information, you can contact me through my Wilma The Magic Cat Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/Wilma-The-Magic-Cat/395875653896528, or on Twitter through https://twitter.com/WilmaMagic. You can also contact me through email at email@example.com. All links are provided in my show notes at Wilma The Magic Cat at wilmathemagiccat.blogspot.ca or at https://wilmathemagiccat.wordpress.com.The link to the mp3 audio file for Wilma, The Magic Cat Podcast is https://ia601401.us.archive.org/28/items/WilmaTheMagicCat/WilmaTheMagicCat.mp3.The old RSS feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/wilmathemagiccat is still valid.
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