The Black: Arrival–01

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And here we are, Fiendlings. The first episode of The Black: Arrival. The book is on sale right freakin’ now from If you want to support the podcast (not to mention the bozo who records it and writes these tales), then go spend a little of your cash on an ebook or the trade paperback. Or hell, just pimp it. I’m just glad you’re here and you’re listening.

Signed, personalized trade paperback copies of both The Black and Legends of Garaaga are now available at Supplies are limited. There will be NO back orders. Get ’em while they’re still around.

Basically, I NEED TO CLEAN OUT SOME SPACE FOR MORE BOOKS! So feel free to get your ass to and purchase yourself some goodies and support the podcast.

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This podcast presentation of The Black: Arrival is copyright 2015 by Paul E Cooley and is protected by a creative commons, attribution, non-commercial, no-derivatives license.

The Black: Arrival is available via ebook and paperback from Severed Press.

Music by Kevin Mcleod. You can find his work at

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2 thoughts on “The Black: Arrival–01”

  1. Paul. I have just listened to the final podcast of ‘The Black’ and as I enjoyed both the story as well as the podcast. Thank you for making it available as a podcast. I’m sure I’m not the only one late to your party, the least I can do is leave a review on iTunes to show my appreciation for your generosity.
    I do have a question for you: you mentioned in the intro to ‘Arrival’ that at episode 10 the stories could run paralell. Is this also the case for ‘Arrival’ and ‘Outbreak’?
    I look forward to your company the next couple of days as I enjoy your parasodes. Cheers

    1. Howdy, Dennis. Glad you enjoyed The Black. Arrival and Outbreak DO run concurrently, but I can’t remember exactly where in Arrival that branch happens. I think it’s around the 30% or 40% mark through Arrival. But you’ll know when…

      Thanks for reaching out.


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