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    • 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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    • JasonCoggins You can read the transcript and more Moult World at http://www.moultworld.com/?p=2730
    • JasonCoggins MOULT WORLD a web-serial Two young friends found their own Narnia deep in the heart of an old English copse. There they would visit a strange alien world and return home in time for tea. The decades passed … Until one day they returned to that copse … and they brought Eight others with them. This First Eight would form the kernel of a colony on the alien paradise. Their ideologies – their desire to leave behind the baggage of Earth – would drive the society they would build there. In paradise food falls from the sky in the form of moult. No one grows old or seems to die. Shelter is plentiful. Freedom abundant … but oh so easily abused.
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    • ganymeder123 The reading adds so much to the story. Thanks for sharing.
    • pjkaiser Icy - pace is much better on this one :-) and I can totally relate... I grew up in a small town & have lived in cities ever since. We lived in Mexico city for awhile and there is just as much noise as New York but the noise itself is very different.
    • ChrisChartrand I really enjoyed this. I live in the boondocks and long for the city till I'm there and can't wait to come home. I love the way you read this too.
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    • jen_b You read their voices wonderfully! This is a very magical piece. I'm glad it had a happy ending.
    • marisabirns Don't know why you were worried. Your voice is lovely! Enjoyed hearing your story very much. :)
    • Dracotorre Good delivery, well paced. The story is as enjoyable to listen to as it was to read.
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    • RBlackbirdsong Love your reading and oh what a voice. Gorgeous.
    • ganymeder123 You have such a lovely voice. I always enjoy your readings. I loved the way you took the theme. Nice one.
    • AnnieEvett you can read the first draft to this over here http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2011/02/mea-maxima-culpa.html
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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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    • AnnieEvett First Draft for this weeks #fictionfriday you can read it over at http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/11/sliver.html
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    • 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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    • asliceofwiz Hey Monsterbat... awesome job man! Keep it up - hope to "see" new work every Sunday. Jim
    • Dracotorre Great job, Monsterbat. Your poem is so nice, I listened twice.
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    • 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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    • 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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    • spare-shade Hi! I hope that you may be to participate in this project. "the act of listening is the act of inscribing” project explores the notions of home, poem and the human voice. I am asking you to voice your home. This can be many things, said in many different ways. It can be a thought, a feeling, an emotion, a memory, a confusion, whatever it is that is housing your being now. Or, it can simply be your sense of home - a feeling of being at home. Maybe it is just a word, a poem, or a thought that is on your mind right now. It could be a broken dish in your sink. Or, a place, a situation you are in. It can be a worry that is preoccupying you, or an aspiration you are pursuing. It can be this moment, or a memory. It can be a ruin, or a broken home. Whatever home is for you, or whatever houses your thoughts or brings you closer to home, or to this moment, please voice it. Time is a commodity in great demand but rather limited and jealousy guarded supply, so I sincerely appreciate you sharing it. And I would appreciate if you record home in your voice as an audio-boo – my account is http://audioboo.fm/spare-shade . For complete information about this project please visit a spare shade of light http://spareshade.com/ Thank you, ivan PS. please free to forward this on.
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    • 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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    • 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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    • AnnieEvett a few stumbles while reading it... but ahh well.. its a first draft - If you'd like to read this - pop on over to http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/10/passage-of-darkness.html