Northern Mist revealed as The Cross of Columba!

by Doc Coleman on October 30, 2012 · 0 comments

in Short Stories, Tales from the Archives

If you’ve been reading along here, you’ve seen me refer to a story that I’ve been writing for Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris’ Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. I’ve been referring to that story up until now, by the code name “Northern Mists”. Well, no more. Today I can finally reveal the true title, because today the Ministry released Tales from the Archives, Volume 2, Episode 7, “The Cross of Columba”, written and recorded by yours truly, audio editing and sound effects by my lovely wife Keetara, scoring by Tee Morris. And to put the cherry on top, the release date is Kee and my wedding anniversary!

I encourage everyone to subscribe and listen to the entire Tales from the Archives podcast, but for those of you who want to jump straight to my episode, here is a quick link to the audio.


I think you’ll agree that Kee did a fantastic job with the sound effects and the ambiance, and that Tee’s score has further underscored my reading. But most of all, I hope you enjoy the story. We’re very proud of what we’ve done. I’m especially proud of being able to pronounce the name of the Scottish village Drumnadrochit correctly with an English accent.


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