Rayenish decides it’s time to take a chance after Amos, AKA Daniel Johnson, asks him to remove DZ’s head scientist. After reading Merit’s message about the situation on Ceres, Amos knows he must speed up his plans but needs to find more money. Janva recovers from her encounter with the entity and discovers where her assistant and her mentor are, then tries to reach them.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme David H.

Radio static sound FX licensed from Sound Snap (soundsnap.com)

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After a tumor damaged Reina’s spinal cord, she is unable to walk or stand until she volunteers for an experimental treatment using newly developed implants. The procedure, which she could otherwise never afford, is successful, but there is a hidden cost in the form of a service Reina must provide for the rest of her life. One which she has inadvertently agreed to in the fine print of the end user agreement.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

Makeshift Stories is released under a creative commons non-commercial attribution no derivative license. Which means that you are free to share our stories just remember to credit us and don’t alter anything.


After failing to trap the two Aleutians, the entity that has been interfering since Janva’s arrival on Ceres, decides to take control of events on the tiny dwarf world by inhabiting Galan. Merit, Galan’s executive assistant, is forced to step up resistance to the possessed leader’s plan when he moves the timelines up, potentially exposing Merit’s true allegiances.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme David H.

Radio static sound FX licensed from Sound Snap (soundsnap.com)

Makeshift Stories is released under a creative commons non-commercial attribution no derivative license. Which means that you are free to share our stories just remember to credit us and don’t alter anything.