20 Days to Launch

20

That’s right. Twenty days to the official launch of The Tale of Rome.

And so, before the end of August, you’ll have the following episodes available online, to go with your commute, break-time, or group discussing material.

Throne of Thunders

(August 20)


Numa, the God Whisperer

(August 20)


Tullus Hostilius’ Holy Cow

(August 20)


Ancus Marcius Founds Ostia

(August 22)


Tarquin the Elder

(August 27)

 

I will try to set up a LIVE event on YouTube on August 22nd, 11 PM (Beijing time), which would be 11 AM on the East Coast, and 5 PM in Europe.

Since I have ZERO experience in setting these LIVE events on YouTube, I can tell you that anything can happen, but I hope to have an hour-long chat on YouTube with whoever goes here on that day, at that time:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-G4DAjVwV16boMThyzFcKQ/live

 

Sneak Peek for The Tale of Rome

The Tale of RomeTime for a Sneak Peek

I am less than 30 days away from launching the English version of this podcast. Its Spanish language counterpart – “El Cuento de Roma” is thriving in Spain, USA, Mexico, Argentina and all over Latin America.

So, it’s time to let you guys hear the first three episodes of this novel-slash-podcast in English.

And the time is now!

I will be releasing the first three episodes of the The Tale of Rome this very week.

Not as an official launch, just as a sneaky-sneaky-peek.

The Tale of Rome

Here are the Covers of these Three Episodes

Once Upon a Time

Immaculate Conception

Roman M Seeking F

 

So, this week I will give you a shout over Social Media, to let you know that these three episodes are ready to have a listen to.

Thank you, all!

Abel A. Kay

 

Episode 18 coming to El Cuento de Roma in 48 hours

The Twelve Tables

Episode 18 of the Spanish podcast El Cuento de Roma,
The Twelve Tables” is coming in 48 hours!

Here is our future English version counterpart.

It’s finally time to make the laws of Rome available for everyone to know. And even though most Roman didn’t read, they knew those tables:

Punishment for killing an intruder during nighttime? None.

Daytime? You had to bring him to a magistrate. Alive.

If you threw an unaimed weapon into a crowd, the punishment was a ram.

If an apple from your tree fell onto your neighbor’s ground, the apple was his.

Shaving on a daily basis for men was not mandatory, but you couldn’t face a magistrate for a case of yours without shaving properly. This law was demolished 600 years later. Thank you, Emperor Adrian!

Episode 17 added to El Cuento de Roma

Here is the cover of Episode 17 of my Spanish language podcast,
El Cuento de Roma: El Conflicto Patricio-plebeyo.

 

iTunes | Stitcher | iVoox | Spreaker | TuneIn | PodomaticYouTube

Length: 19 min 10 sec
Language: Spanish
File size: 8.78 MB


And this will be the equivalent cover of the English version:

 

 

Episode 17 coming to El Cuento de Roma in 48 hours

The Conflict of the Orders

Episode 17 of the Spanish podcast El Cuento de Roma,
El Conflicto Patricio-plebeyo” is coming in 48 hours!

Here is our future English version counterpart.

In this chapter, we got it all.

Internal struggles between social classes.
Murder and treason.
Superstitions and magic potions.
A famous coward, and a silent girl who did what nobody believed she’d dare to do.

Episode 16 added to El Cuento de Roma

Here is the cover of Episode 16 of my Spanish language podcast,
El Cuento de Roma: La batalla del Lago Regilo.

iTunes | Stitcher | iVoox | Spreaker | TuneIn | PodomaticYouTube

Length: 19 min 57 sec
Language: Spanish
File size: 9.14 MB


And this will be the equivalent cover of the English version:

 

Episode 15 added to El Cuento de Roma

Here is the cover of Episode 15 of my Spanish language podcast,
El Cuento de Roma: El Rey Porsena.

iTunes | Stitcher | iVoox | Spreaker | TuneIn | PodomaticYouTube

Length: 20 min 15 sec
Language: Spanish
File size: 9.29 MB


And this will be the equivalent cover of the English version:

 

The Fasces

Images

The Tale of Rome iTunes logo.