Tag Archives: audiobooks

Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

This week’s question: “If you could choose one thing you can no longer do and suddenly had the strength/time/resources to do once again, what would it be?” Oh, dear! Regrets. I have had to get rid of regrets in my … Continue reading

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Guest Author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux and Tempered Hearts Audio Book

Pamela S. Thibodeaux has been a recent guest here, but when she announced that she had produced an audiobook of her novel Tempered Hearts, I asked if she would mind describing that process to us. She kindly agreed, so I’ll … Continue reading

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Get Lost:LibriVox/Project Gutenberg/Internet Archives

LibriVox is an organization dedicated to finding literary works which have fallen into public domain and making readings of them to share with the world. Volunteers do the recording. Works in the public domain are those whose copyrights (in U.S. … Continue reading

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Before the advent of backlighting…

Before the advent of backlit reading devices, I had to read at night with <gasp> a light on. From my childhood on, this light took many forms. In middle school, I slept on the top bunk of my bed and … Continue reading

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