“#8 Recap: Time Travel is a Lie” also available (with video) on YouTube or your favorite podcatcher. Follow the links to listen and subscribe!
Welcome, listeners, to the Civil Gang!
The Tuesday Night Fiction podcast continues with a discussion of Chapter 4 of the Civilands series, “First It Giveth,” from the book Crimson River. This episode includes a dissection of the chapter, bonus info on creating it, and general ranting by the author, N.B. Austin.
The podcast is serial and would be most enjoyed chronologically. Start with episode 1 here.
In this episode, N.B. Austin recaps chapter four, explains why time travel is a lie, and gives thoughts on both Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones. What were your thoughts on each? Listen in and let me know!
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About the Civilands Epic Fantasy-Fiction Adventure Series
On a dreary morning in the Murrieta Territory’s Riverlands, smoke fills the sky at the home of prominent businessman Adonis Morrell. Escaping out back and into the forest is daughter Jeannie Morrell. We follow Jeannie who is on the run from those who started the fire: the Keagan gang. But what lies ahead beyond the trees is anything but expected.
The novels tie together the stories of a variety of characters and feature plenty of twists and turns along their paths through this mysterious, intriguing world. Themes of family, justice, religion, grief, and morality make this fiction series what it is. Its story is an intriguing blend of Manifest Destiny meets Game of Thrones meets Gangs of New York.
The Civilands novels are serialized and would be most enjoyed in order. Check out the reviews, start reading, and if you enjoy leave a review of your own for the series readers say they’re “unable to put down!”