613: “Paradise Island Waves” by Randy D. Rubin



Warning:This episode contains graphic scenes of an adult nature. 

Derek and Naomi visit Paradise Island -a trip that Trumps all others. When you’re on vacation on a Caribbean island with drinks served in coconuts, sand, sun and surf, what could go wrong? This is the Wicked Library, so you know something will.

About the Author:

Randy D. Rubin is a proud member of the Horror Writers Association. He writes dark speculative fiction and darker poetry. This is Randy D.’s third season on The Wicked Library.

He has two E-Novellas with Secret Cravings Press, an LGBT Horror tale called THE WITCH OF DREADMERE FOREST and a paranormal romance titled, THE LEGEND OF MY NANA, MISS VIOLA.

Randy D.’s short tale, THE WATER GOT MAD has been featured in Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing’s ONE NIGHT STAND Series, his short stories have appeared in several anthologies, and his latest short story, T-BONE is due out in HAPPY LITTLE HORRORS: ALIENS in late September 2015. SANITARIUM MAGAZINE’S COMMUTE just published his short story, A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR. His first collection of dark poetry has been published this year by Eldritch Press called THE DEMON IN MY HEAD DOTH SPEAK. His collection of prison dark poetry will be collected and showcased in THE PRISON COMPENDIUM published by EMP Publishing in 2016.

His short fiction has won the Necon E-book Flash Fiction Contest and placed in honorable mention. His micro-fiction has taken the second place accolade at THE CULT OF ME short fiction contest. His Drabbles have appeared at HORROR IN A HUNDRED.

Website: dreadmere.com
Facebook: facebook.com/randy.rubin.12


About the Artist:

Alex J. Murd is the head artist at CrazedPixel Independent Comic label, working in tandem with an equally twisted writer. Alex enjoys boxed wine, Faber-Castell pens, long viewings of pornography, and all things music related.

Website: crazedpixel.com
Tumbler: alexjmurd.tumblr.com
Twitter: @CrazedPixel
Facebook: facebook.com/CrazedPixelComics


Dramatic reading performed by Daniel Foytik: www.9thstory.com
Twitter: @9thstory

The voice of the Librarian was Nelson W. Pyles (www.nelsonwpyles.com)
Twitter: @NelsonWPyles

The voice of Victoria Bigglesworth-Hayes was Amber Collins http://ambizzlezappa.deviantart.com/gallery
Twitter: @blamberino

Production Music

The Wicked Library Theme
Anthony Rowsick of Novus (novus3.bandcamp.com)

Deep Noise, Ominous Intro, Tea Roots, B-Roll, Firmament, Smash Sketch, Beach Party, Sunset at Glengorm, Reggae Sketch, Ultra Lounge, The Escalation, Rites, Professor and the Plant
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Steve Montgomery, creator of Darkmood
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Facebook: facebook.com/darkmoodmusic
Twitter: @DarkmoodMusic
Used with permission.

The Scarab, The Stolen and Perverted
Disparition (www.disparition.info)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Audio Recording

Sound Design by Daniel Foytik, 9th Story Studios: www.9thstory.com

9th Story Studios: Producer: Daniel Foytik Program Director: Caitlin Marceau

Society 13: Executive Producer: Nelson W. Pyles

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