This is the final episode of LILITH’S LOVE, featuring the Monologue and Epilogue from the novel.
Donovan updates his diary after everything he and his friends have survived.
My most heartfelt thanks to everyone who gave voice to characters in this production…
Karl Long as Christian Armstrong
Michelle Celley as Lilith Thompson
Dani Cutler as Anna Foster
Jack Mangan as Michael Barrett
Jack Hosley as Jake
CJ Feierabend as Mary Jane Hill
Dan Feierabend as The Master
Robert Gallagher as Malcolm
Chris Lester as Joe the Bartender
Paul Maki as Rob Stevens
J. Daniel Sawyer as the Border Guard
TD-0013 as the Patrolman
Evo Terra as George Shaeffer
Gilane Jones as New Age Girl
Jose Carradero as Lord Jonathan
Robin Hudson as Lady Katia
Nuchtchas as Waitress
Without the kind volunteering of time by those folks, this production would never have happened.
My appreciation and thanks go out to the members of The Narrow Way, who gave me permission so long ago to use their song “Deranged” in the novel and in this production. The opening theme music is from their song “Freedom of Movement”. Though the band has scattered and moved on, their music lives on, I still love it, and am happy to be able to share some of it with you all here.
Finally, thank you for listening and having the patience in too many cases to wait for each episode! I hope you have all enjoyed the podcast version of the novel. It has been a wonderful and often arduous experiment. In the end I’m glad I did it and I look forward to podcasting more fiction in the future, taking all lessons learned into account. If you would like to hear a podcast all about vampires featuring myself and my fiancée Michelle, the voice of Lilith, please stop by the Out Of The Coffin podcast at http://www.OutOfTheCoffin.com/.
This audio recording is Copyright 2009-2010 by Dan Shaurette and is released under a Creative Commons “Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives” License. Some Rights Reserved. You are encouraged to share this audio file, just don’t sell it, don’t change it, and let folks know where they can hear more.
This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s peculiar imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to any actual persons, living, dead, or undead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.
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