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    FridayFlash SpokenSunday
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    Vampire Dark FlashStory SpokenSunday FridayFiction WriteAnything
    • AlannahMurphy This is my narration of my latest Fiction Friday called The Red Rose. It is inspired by my novel and has had great feedback on my blog. www.sinisterechoes.com I've submitted here to participate in Write Anything's Spoken Sunday.
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    flash SpokenSunday fiction
    • AlannahMurphy Hiya Icy, just happened to come across you avatar as I was downloading my first ever Spoken Sunday. Loved that. I didn't explain my own flash, just started reading it.
    • icypop I guess I've got a bit of a problem since my natural dialect IS to speak fast. Geordies are kind of known for it. Shall do my best to slow down next time though.
    • jen_b I enjoyed that a lot. Yes, you read it a bit fast, but I got it anyway. Lovely flash.
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    dating love laundry SpokenSunday FridayFlash
    • ganymeder123 I really liked this the first time I read it, and your reading adds to the experience. Great story and reading!
    • TonyNoland Thanks, guys, especially for your comment about the natural-sounding nature of the reading. This one was actually edited rather heavily in post-production, so I think I can feel a bit better about my editing skills, too!
    • jen_b Reading just seems to come absolutely naturally to you, Tony. I enjoyed listening to this over breakfast. And well done, RJ! "Years ago he'd marvel at going straight to talk..." *laughs*
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    SpokenSunday FridayFlash ArmisticeDay remembrance ww1
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    MoultWorld ShortStory #spokensunday
    • JasonCoggins You can read along with the transcript and check out more Moult World here. http://www.moultworld.com/?p=2852
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    FlashFiction Horror SpokenWord #SpokenSunday
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    SpokenSunday flash fiction spokensunday ShadowMemories
    • libbywalkup This reminds me a bit of one of George Saunders stories in Pastoralia. Great situational irony.
    • jen_b There are a lot of specific details in this that paint the picture very well. And that "clunk runk runk" gives me the creeps! What an ending, David. Great story.
    • Dracotorre Thanks, PJ. I need more practice. It's been years since I've given a speech, and I find myself concentrating too much. I mounted the microphone up high so I could stand to deliver better voice. I knew this story would be good vocally since while I was writing it, I spoke to the room in order to get the rhythm right.
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    SpokenSunday flash fiction spokensunday ShadowMemories
    • libbywalkup This reminds me a bit of one of George Saunders stories in Pastoralia. Great situational irony.
    • jen_b There are a lot of specific details in this that paint the picture very well. And that "clunk runk runk" gives me the creeps! What an ending, David. Great story.
    • Dracotorre Thanks, PJ. I need more practice. It's been years since I've given a speech, and I find myself concentrating too much. I mounted the microphone up high so I could stand to deliver better voice. I knew this story would be good vocally since while I was writing it, I spoke to the room in order to get the rhythm right.
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    flash fiction SpokenSunday
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    FirstDraft writing spokensunday
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    • ganymeder I loved the reading. :)
    • AnnieEvett this can be read here http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/11/lumbricus.html ps - I have a rotton cold.. nearly didn't do a boo today...
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    FirstDraft spokensunday writing FlashFiction
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    • AnnieEvett Meus Culpa - My Guilt. read the first draft here. http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/05/meus-culpa.html
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    flash fiction SpokenSunday KandyFangs
    • ganymeder I really enjoy the way you read. Nicely done.
    • Dracotorre Read along (or continue) at http://www.dracotorre.com/blog/2010/09/kandy-fangs-1/
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    SpokenSunday CaptainScarlight methuselah FridayFlash ParrotsAndPiracy
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    fiction DracoTorre Flash SpokenSunday SpokenSunday
    • Dracotorre Thanks, Jen and PJ. This is a flash version of the opening to my second novel. Different, but captures the essence.
    • pjkaiser Nice recording, David. This is an interesting piece - is it part of a longer work? It leaves me wanting to know more. Very cool with great images
    • jen_b The descriptions of shadows, light, sounds--all so spooky. Once again you're the master of great details. This is a snapshot of a tense moment and you do it justice.
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    fiction DracoTorre Flash SpokenSunday SpokenSunday
    • Dracotorre Thanks, Jen and PJ. This is a flash version of the opening to my second novel. Different, but captures the essence.
    • pjkaiser Nice recording, David. This is an interesting piece - is it part of a longer work? It leaves me wanting to know more. Very cool with great images
    • jen_b The descriptions of shadows, light, sounds--all so spooky. Once again you're the master of great details. This is a snapshot of a tense moment and you do it justice.
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    spokensunday writing FlashFiction FirstDraft
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    SpokenSunday flash fiction spokensunday
    • jen_b Such a sad and familiar scene. You paint it really well. I feel so sorry for him.
    • pjkaiser David - I remember this story from your blog. I like it - its a very powerful statement about war. My only comment would be to slow down your delivery a bit and add a bit more emotion to the reading. You have a terrific voice, though :-)
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    SpokenSunday flash fiction spokensunday
    • jen_b Such a sad and familiar scene. You paint it really well. I feel so sorry for him.
    • pjkaiser David - I remember this story from your blog. I like it - its a very powerful statement about war. My only comment would be to slow down your delivery a bit and add a bit more emotion to the reading. You have a terrific voice, though :-)
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    fiction FlashFiction fridayflash stories ShortStories spokensunday
    • rebeccainspain Played this to my husband as he lay relaxing after work, we both loved it, husband -"it plays nicely with the danger of memory overpowering perception."
    • mspamila Aw, and I was really rooting for him. Wonderful build up, Very nicely read, too.
    • libbywalkup How wonderfully devastating and lovely. Thanks for the kind words on mine.
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