Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Sechzig
To hear this week's episode, come on down to St. Elizabeth's Church.



Or, to read this episode diligently, climb up to Philip's castle.

The story so far is here.

11 comments:

TLP said...

Poor Karl. I'm worried about him.

Wonderful writing as always. And your voice is always a welcome treat.

actonbell said...

That was my sentiment, too. You've created such a good character in Karl, Doug.

Karen said...

I read this chapter yesterday morning and have forgotten most of it by now. But I do remember Ana Carolina. She was angry about something or other, wasn't she?

Doug said...

Thanks, TLP. We'll see what happens in the Church Saturday. If I keep my diligent schedule up, we'll all find out then.

Thanks, Abell. I like him, too.

As best I recall, Karen.

TLP said...

Yeah, the reason you're reading all the latest installments (which you do very well) is because you're writing them and reading them at the same time.

Doug said...

That's almost true. I've been writing them Saturday morning after a few hours of additional procrastination. I don't know if the other readers mind, but I'm driving myself nuts with this.

Minka said...

Teil 60?

I think the last one I read might have been in the 40ies somewhere. Luckily, my exams are over on Friday...I might treat myself to some historical reading!

Cooper said...

Ditto tlp, and if anyone can act the play as they write it that would be you.

Karen said...

~
Oh Cooper! You have not forsaken us!
Alas, alas! What would LIFE be without your parting words
of melancholy?
If anyone can play at acting, it is you,
my lovely raven-haired siren!
~

Nessa said...

Poor Vater Karl. A man with a conscience does not belong in the church.

Winging it puts you in fine writing form and reading voice, Doug.

RnPB: Ch 013 - Clean Up

Doug said...

Minka, even the audio should be historical by then.

Cooper, you are kind not to evaluate my Franco-swiss accent.

She's right there, Karen. It'll be ok.

Thanks, Nessa.