After my four teenage boys listened to Unidentified, the first in The Jake Muller Adventures Series of audio dramas, I was able to interview the creator of that series to find out why he wrote it and why it fills a gap in the teen audio drama niche.
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EPISODE #50: The Jake Muller Adventures – Interview with Darby Kern
Have your teens outgrown the audio dramas of their younger years? Would they still love something intriguing, challenging, and on their level to listen to? Then they would love The Jake Muller Adventures Series.
I was surprised that all four of my middle to high school aged sons loved listening to Unidentified. I think they were surprised too!
You know how teens are hesitant to want to read or listen to what their parents suggest. But this audio drama was different.
Made from a Christian worldview perspective, the quality was so much better than what we had come to expect from Christian books, movies, or audio dramas.
I was able to chat with Darby Kern, the creator of the series, to discuss why he wrote these audio dramas, what topics are pursued in the series, plus much more!
- The Jake Muller Adventures Podcast
- The Jake Muller Adventures Facebook page
- Use the coupon code ABBY2020 for $5 off the CD & mp3 of Unidentified
- Check out this post for our family’s thorough review of Unidentified