Have you read Jeremiah Willstone and the Clockwork Time Machine and wondered why Jeremiah ended up a Ranger when she always wanted to be a Falconer? Or would you like to get started following Jeremiah’s tales on audio? Well, you’re in luck! Our friends at Sage and Savant have read one of the earliest Jeremiah stories, “The Fall of the Falcon”, for your auditory adventuring pleasure!
Welcome back, friends! At long last, we’re ready to hear from Jeremiah Willstone herself, introducing the audio versions of her adventures!
Hail, fellow adventurers! This is Jeremiah Willstone, making my debut on your electromechanical wonder, the Internet! I’m from the world next door, Victoriana, and I’ll be bringing you tales of liberated women in two-fisted science adventure! My computer tells me it will be some time before we can translate our aerograph cylinders into your video tubes, so we’re working to bring you stirring radio theater, starting with my first mission out of Academy, ‘The Choir of Demons’! In the meantime, you’ll soon be able to read more about me and my world thanks to my chronicler, Anthony Francis, who has written up my very first adventure in your world, The Clockwork Time Machine, available in early 2017 wherever fine books are sold, such as Lord Barnes’ Booksellers or the Amazon—hang on, Georgiana, isn’t the Amazon far for my listeners to go? What? It’s available everywhere? How? Do they bottle it? Nevermind—for more news of stimulating sci-fi, stay tuned to Jeremiah Willstone dot com!
Emma Greene stars as Jeremiah in this clip, and stay tuned Real Soon Now for more news on “A Choir of Demons!”
In the meantime, stay tuned for our announcement of our first audiobook adaptation by Sage and Savant!
Great news, fellow adventurers! Auditions are now underway for the very first Jeremiah Willstone thrilling radio dramatization, “Jeremiah Willstone and the Choir of Demons,” based on the story of the (almost) same name published in Aurora Wolf magazine!
Stay tuned for more exciting news as this aerograph cylinder whirs its way towards an access point on the electromagnetic Internet near you!