We are so happy to present the second part of our Q&A with Paul McCusker! In this final installment, Paul continues answering the questions you sent in. Some of the exciting topics include Connie’s future work, Whit’s friends, Album 58, future storylines, as well as other projects that Paul has been involved with. It’s the exciting conclusion that you won’t want to miss. Please enjoy!
T’was the day before Christmas, and all through Canada, not a creature was stirring. Nothing. Zilch. Nada.
Well, that’s not quite true, as you all probably know. But listen in as Ryan trudges through the heavy snow.
To Matthew’s igloo, he is now headed, carrying his bag and bundled up like a present. And, wait… Over there. Is that Craig? (Sorry, I don’t mean to be vague.)
Ryan silently hopes that Matthew’s house is really real, and not a white igloo, because he does feel, cold and clammy and a little bit wet. He wants a warm hearth. He said, “am I there yet?”
To his amazement, he found the house. And what’s more? It had hinges, a handle, and yes, a real door! So loudly he rapped, his fingers so cold, on the door of his friend’s house. (Which looked kind of old.)
What happens next, just wait and you’ll see, by listening to this podcast about Odyssey. When you are ready to hear what’s in store, just push the play button, and you will learn more, about Ryan’s trek to ice and snow, through the cold wind, with an icicle toe.
At long last, we present to you our interview with Paul McCusker! Listen in as we ask him the hard-hitting questions that you sent in. He answers questions about Jason and Connie, the inspiration behind the Odyssey book series, just what is canonical, and even touches on Album 58: The Ties That Bind. It’s an emotional roller coaster that you won’t want to miss! Well, maybe not exactly that… but we do hope you enjoy the first part of this Q&A.
What happens when you combine sugar, brownies, Odyssey, podcasting, and a saxophone? It makes for a dangerous situation! That, and a special episode of The Whit’s End Podcast for the Christmas season. But you’ll have to listen to find out what matter of madness ensues.
- Visit Campbell County!