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Take a Stab at This!

Welcome to Wednesday’s offical podcast!

Here you will find scary stories by Wednesday Lee Friday, performed and scored by an amazing assemblage of talented actors, composers, broadcasters, and musicians. A Stabbing for Sadie is a gruesome and hilarious story of a damaged and drug-addled woman who takes stabby but deserved revenge against her abuser…or does she? Kiss Me Like You Love Me chronicles fictional Michigan serial killer Mikey Goretti. His exploits are bloody insane; but what’s really shocking is how he eludes suspicion despite being completely socially inept. Also included here: zombies, wedded bliss, gunplay, monsters, and marijuana.

Note: We are taking a hiatus as of September 2012 while new contracts get signed and new and awesome projects happen. If you’re dying to know how the stories end, you can always buy the book(s)! Thanks to everyone for all their support!

All fiction copyright 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 by Wednesday Lee Friday

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The Growlers

Published: December 17th, 2014

Judy hates her shitty retail job, but how much worse will it get when a bloodied boy rushes in pursued by...we don't want to spoil it.  So listen and see.

The Growlers features music by Sean Duffy, and the vocal talents of Dan Martin.

Source: A Spoonful of Murder

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Nigel the Caterpillar

Published: April 11th, 2012

A deviation from our typical horror. Nigel the Caterpillar is a cautionary fable about a young insect who is content being just as he is. Story by Wednesday Lee Friday. Read by Grady G Pulley--3rd grade student, horror writer, sculptor, artist, mad scientist, and Ohio resident. Music: Inflatable Cats by Peter Alway.

Inflatable Cats by Peter Alway

Source: A Spoonful of Murder

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Ch 16: A Stabbing for Sadie

Published: May 16th, 2013

A truly deranged and manic chapter, Sadie details the various fears, nightmares, and drug trips that keep her up at night. Contains swears, drugs, crazy talk, potentially triggering descriptions of abuse, and witchy stuff.

Source: A Stabbing For Sadie

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Ch 16: A Stabbing for Sadie

Published: May 16th, 2012

A truly deranged and manic chapter, Sadie details the various fears, nightmares, and drug trips that keep her up at night. Contains swears, drugs, crazy talk, potentially triggering descriptions of abuse, and witchy stuff.

Source: A Stabbing For Sadie

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Ch 31-32 Kiss Me Like You Love Me

Published: June 13th, 2012

Dami continues her meetings with the fightin' feminists, and learns the value of a technique called "shadowing." Mikey takes a trip to the zoo to see Komodo dragons, and maybe make a new friend. Contains creepiness, swears, and carnivores.

Source: Kiss Me Like You Love Me

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Ch 17: A Stabbing for Sadie

Published: July 14th, 2012

Someone from Sadie's past pays a visit and reveals a secret. Isn't THAT mysterious? Contains sarcasm, murder talk, and thuggishly excessive use of the F-word.

Source: A Stabbing For Sadie

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Score: The Finster Effect

Published: November 16th, 2012

New music! Enjoy three different versions of the trailer score. What trailer, you ask? The trailer for Wednesday Lee Friday's newest novel, The Finster Effect. Music composed and performed by Mitchell Lee "Finster" Fedruk. Zombies, Religion, Militiamen, and Rats fight for dominion of the planet in The Finster Effect. Get the ebook now, or wait for the paperback coming in 2013 from Crossroad Press and Macabre ink Digital.

Source: A Spoonful of Murder