It's Weekend Justice: the Internet's #1 audio trainwreck--the podcast that survived DragonCon and luckily suffers from only the same disorders that it did beforehand. It shall now spend three hours telling you all about them.
Widgett Walls is Need Coffee's Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. He is the author of the novel Mystics on the Road to Vanishing Point, and two collections of short stories, Magnificent Desolation and Something Else: The Complete First Season. He is also co-author of the children's book There's a Zombie in My Treehouse! All of those books are available in paperback or for the Kindle from Amazon. He is also the narrator and publisher of the first unabridged recording of Seneca's letters, available here. He is active on both Twitter and Facebook. (If you befriend him on Facebook, do say you came via Need Coffee.) He lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. He hardly ever sleeps.
For Widge and/or Rox, re: The Woman in Black.
Have either of you seen the play on which (I believe, and if I'm wrong, please correct me) the movie is based? It's an amazing two man show, with a plot twist at the end that's pretty great. I was fortunate enough to be in it, and every performance, the audience was FREAKED. THE HELL. OUT.
Comment by EditorMikeC — September 17, 2013 @ 1:38 pm
No. I want to now that you mentioned it.
Comment by rox of Spazhouse — September 27, 2013 @ 10:10 pm
The cookie was from Carmel and Casey, their bff Jeremy, and Jack (Carmel's brother). We all listen to Weekend Justice on our commutes, and it helps bring happiness into our lives. Because while we are stressed from work, we know that somewhere...people are talking about cool things. The cookie is a small portion of our thanks to you.