Anansi's Tapestry of Lives

Anansi's Tapestry of Lives

It’s no secret that we’re fans of excellent storytelling. And compelling characters are one of the fundamental building blocks to any good story. In D&D, having NPCs that go beyond moving the action along, and help create the rich world your players are in, is a great way to elevate your game - but that’s not always easy to do.

If you’re interested in easier game prep, or just want to read some amazing D&D content, there’s a fantastic new D&D supplement on Kickstarter that you need to check out! Anansi’s Tapestry of Lives is a compendium of over 100 fully illustrated NPCs, written by some of your favorite D&D creators.Go to DnDKickstarter.com to get Anansi’s Tapestry of Lives!

Gladskin

Gladskin

Gladskin specifically works to target the imbalance in your skin’s microbiome. But unlike other skin brands and prescription medications, Gladskin uses Micreobalance, which is a revolutionary protein that restores the balance of the good and bad bacteria that live on your skin so it can finally heal.

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So if you’ve been frustrated with your treatment options, don’t wait to try Gladskin.

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Mumbai Crime

Mumbai Crime

The makers of PASSENGER LIST, has a new fiction podcast that’s probably unlike anything you’ve ever heard. Their new show MUMBAI CRIME, is a series of thrillers and mysteries recorded entirely on the streets of Mumbai, India.

Each season is its own complete story, starting with a fast paced thriller called “Q&A” which is based on the same novel that inspired the Oscar-winning movie “Slumdog Millionaire”. Radiotopia’s MUMBAI CRIME - Season 1 - is out now. Check it out at radiotopia.fm or wherever you get your podcasts.

Wondery - Blood Ties

Wondery - Blood Ties

Blood Ties is returning for its third season, “Strange Days,” with another thrilling story about greed, power, and deception. Gillian Jacobs from Community plays Eleanor, who took over as CEO of the infamous Richland family empire 5 years ago, alongside her half-brother Santino, played by Christian Navarro from 13 Reasons Why.


Together they decide to invest the family fortune in a groundbreaking controversial new drug. But as shocking revelations about the new treatment emerge, Eleanor and Santino go to every length to protect their control of the Richland family dynasty. Her father did always say, “medicine is a bloody business”.


Listen to Bloodties: Strange Days by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery App or on Apple Podcasts.

Magic Mind

Magic Mind

The first daily shot that actively decreases stress in addition to giving you energy & creativity, Magic Mind. It can be sipped like a regular coffee, chugged like a shot or turned into a delicious matcha latte, with your milk of choice (last being the tastiest). When you have a long/intensive work session, use a Magic Mind 15 to 30 minutes before, to enter a productive & focused creative working state. Because of the Bacopa Monnieri inside, it reduces impulsivity, making you less prone to start scrolling social media when working or diverting your attention.

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Broken Road

Broken Road

Broken Road, a dystopian audio drama set in the near future. It follows a veteran struggling with obsolete military implants, who teams up with a defiant farmer and her daughter to fight against corruption. We love an underdog story and Broken Road had us rooting for these characters from the first episode, I think it’s such an important story to hear right now about ingenuity in the face of corporate greed, the strength of community when meeting insurmountable forces, as well as what it means to be human and the need for connection. 

You can find and listen to Broken Road anywhere you listen to podcasts.