I thought we were friends…
What will happen to Sam, CAL and Puck in this, the last episode of season one?
Diary of a Space Archivist © Rebecca Stirrup 2018
What people have been saying about Diary of a Space Archivist
Diary of a Space Archivist: the blurb
Sam wanted to be at the forefront of space exploration. Ideally on the crew of The Discoverer.
Instead Sam’s stuck on her own in a beaten-up-junk-ship, trailing around space behind The Discoverer, archiving all of their cool discoveries in the correct, ‘corporate-approved-process’, with no one but CAL (Computerised Artificial Life), for company.
It could be worse – at least she’s in space – and she’s got a box of curly wurlys under her bunk.
Written and acted by Beccy Stirrup
Music by Six Umbrellas
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A note to my listeners…
I just wanted to say thank you. A lot of you have said some pretty wonderful things about my little show. The fact that anyone has even listened to it is kind of amazing – I’m utterly chuffed to bits that you’ve liked it enough to let others know about it.
So… yeah… thank you.
Do stop by in the comments to say hi and, if you have the chance, go ahead and review the series on iTunes.
I will be working on season two intermittently from now until I have enough material to run with! My day-job is about to kick off in earnest so I won’t be able to take time off to make this… hence the slow-down. But don’t fret – it is getting made!
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Once again – you are awesome!
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