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The first goal we had for Restless Shores has been reached.

Early this morning we surpassed 1,000 downloads.

We have been downloaded in eight countries including Canada, Spain, Ireland, Germany, the United Kingdom, and France.

We now have fans in 133 cities including Richmond, British Columbia; Chelsea, England; Villemomble, Ale-de-France; Montreal, Quebec; Santa Monica, California; Houston, Texas; Orlando, Florida; and New York, New York.

All in seven weeks.

Thank you.

I told you so…

Greg Tulonen, Restless Shores’ head writer, has created a new major character. We don’t even know where Greg’s genius is going to take this new storyline, but it sounds like fun.

So here comes the “I told you so.”

We will need to fill this ongoing role no later than April with a male voice with the ability to perform with a Russian accent. Pay is $25.00 for each episode you will appear in, $10.00 for each recording session you are scheduled for.

Want to be a part of a groundbreaking and increasingly popular podcast? Contact us at rs@newmeadowsmedia.com.

Thank you for your support

We have some wicked awesome fans. Thank you so much for letting us know how much you enjoy Restless Shores. We know that you have been asking for more than one episode a week. That is why we have joined Patreon.

We have funding to cover an episode a week. Any increase in that will add up in costs to pay the actors, writers, and cover business expenses. Frankly, that is money we don’t have.

Patreon is a crowdsourcing platform for creative people and patrons who understand creatives. If you like Restless Shores (and want more episodes), please go to Patreon and donate.

Thank you again for all the support. You are making us a success, and we won’t forget that you are making all that possible.

Stay restless.

We could not be more proud

When we sent out the casting call for voice actors several months ago, we didn’t know if anyone would respond. We had nearly 100 applicants. From that number, the director selected 11 as the core characters on Restless Shores.

It is difficult to describe the solidarity that this cast established almost immediately – they just clicked right from the beginning. They come in ready to perform and do yeomen’s work. As a result, their talents and the scripts by Greg Tulonen, have garnered 12 reviews on iTunes, 467 downloads, and now two newspaper articles in less than a month.

We were delighted to see the Restless Shores thespian troupe get recognized publicly. Many thanks to Nathan Strout at the Times Record for the nod to these artists.

17 days, 9 reviews, 350 downloads later…

The reviews speak for themselves.

This one is from an email sent to one of the Restless Shores actors.

“Just tried the first episode, and could not stop. Went for all the episodes straight away! Absolutely love it. All the best for the team.”

The following five and four-star reviews are on iTunes.

“Scandalous!!! I wish the music at the beginning of the episodes wasn’t so long. Other than that, I love it! – by Wilmarie9”

“Interesting to see where this goes. Intrigued by this and will look forward to other episodes! – by Northeastern Scott”

“Oooo the drama. Ugh I love the billionaire intrigue. Let’s keep up the good story! I’m hooked. –by Lion boo”

“Intriguing story. Oh, dastardly things are happening in Gamote Point! Milton, Rhonda and Uriah are creating a web of blackmail and intrigue. Wonder where this will go??? –Stevie in Maine”

“So original. I cannot wait for the next episodes! The suspense is killing me. Love love love the characters. – by hipstervenus”

With a shout out to Wilmarie9, thank you for the feedback on the length of the music. You make a good point and we are working to shorten the length.

Thanks to all of you fans who take the time to leave a review.

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You Go, Greg!

We wish that we had some slick, catchy words to add, but we don’t. Kathryn Skelton, in her Sun Journal article on our writer, Greg Tulonen, does an excellent job of highlighting Greg’s skill set and achievements. The only thing we can add about this writer who’s abilities outstrips ours is we are fortunate to have him working for us. Go check out the article, and you will be as amazed as we continue to be at Greg’s creative genius.

Insider Info

The hardest thing for us is knowing what’s next on Restless Shores and not being able to tell anyone about it. With episode two available for download, it is hard not to drop information on upcoming episodes. Our actors don’t even know what awaits them for more than just a couple of episodes ahead. Greg Tulonen’s writing made the actors gasp when they learned about just some of the drama that Greg has in store for you. Here at New Meadows Media, we see all of Greg’s scripts; we know exactly where this story is going.

We can tell you that this is just the beginning. The punches that Greg packs in the upcoming episodes will leave you restless for more.

Please leave a review after you listen to the next episode, but try not to put in spoilers. We know that it is hard to do. After all Miguel — well, I should wait until you learn it for yourself.


Thanks to all of you, we had a successful launch, and we are humbled. The momentum built by this achievement is energizing all of us. Moving forward, we will be streaming new episodes of Restless Shores on iTunes once a week.

Thank you for supporting Restless Shores, and we hope you enjoy listening as the denizens of Gamote Point continue to scheme and maneuver for control of Roupp Pharmaceuticals.

Stay restless.