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    • carolinevon I need to prectice reading out loud and I need some new ideas. Fiction Friday nad Spoken Sunday seems like the ansewr to both needs. This is the spoken version of my first Fiction Friday effort. It's about a minute and a half long (300 words).
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    • jen_b You have such a great smoky voice, Annie. I think you did crazy amazing things with the prompt you had for that short story. I could also go on and on about the subject matter in the story, but you wrote it, so I'm guessing you're already aware of all the layers & hypocrisies evident in all of it.
    • Dracotorre Strong telling. I was young when I witnessed my first. My mom told me about it first which prepared me.
    • AnnieEvett to read this first draft - pop over to http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2009/12/first-blooding.html hope you *enjoyed* it!!
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    • ganymeder That was brilliant! I love the time travel aspect mixed with the historical fiction.
    • thewordwarrior Thank you for following me...ASJ
    • AnnieEvett This is a taster into the Choose Your Online Adventures of Series One...its a first draft and I hope you like it! It can be read over here - http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/09/shore-leave.html or check out CYOA here - http://chooseyouronlineadventures.com/
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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.
    • AnnieEvett for the rest of the story - check out http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2011/11/precipice.html
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    • jen_b This is an amazing story, Annie. My heart doesn't know if it's happy or sad.
    • Dracotorre Nice emotional delivery, Annie. Starry Starry Night is one of my favorite paintings.
    • AnnieEvett to read it - the first draft - go here - http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2009/09/lone-stars.html
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    • ganymeder That was lovely.
    • AnnieEvett In the time it will take you to smooth some wrinkle cream on; pop over and read this on http://annieevett.blogspot.com/2010/09/embrangled.html
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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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    • pjkaiser Here's the link to my blog post where you can find links to the chapbook (including my story) and Michael Solender's blog http://bit.ly/cYT5gh Thanks for listening!
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    • pjkaiser Thanks so much for listening, ganymeder - glad you enjoyed it! :-)
    • ganymeder123 Your reading was lovely. Well done.
    • pjkaiser David - Thanks so much for having a listen - glad you liked it :-)
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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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    • ganymeder123 That was awesome!
    • jen_b Despite myself, I agree--Newfangled technology kind of wrecks the atmosphere of good horror, and if I'm going to go out out because of one of these... things... I'd rather it were memorable!
    • Dracotorre Nothing like a summons from the good old days. Fun story.
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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
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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Dracotorre I like the idea of central podcast. You're statement about keeping it informal and fun, letting the audience meet the writer is important. I see it no different than a gathering of writers sharing from a stage, like poetry night at the local pub.
    • utography I think as is. Author bios could be included inside the app as text. Just keep doing what you're doing. Like I said, it's partly about meeting the authors, as well as telling the stories.
    • icypop All I'd want to know beforehand is whether or not you'd want the author intros, or just simply the flash recorded as is.
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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.