That was great! I didn't hear any mumbling. Good book too.
Yeah what mumbling? :) That was great. You captured the mood very well.
Hey there, I HAD to come and peak just a bit - have to listen to the rest later on, at home.You have a great voice and I can't wait to listen to the rest of this beginning! I only git as far as the bordering - and then someone walked into my cubicle-pretend office and I had to mute.But I'll be back!And yeah, OK, Mom here, and I was gonna ask ya about the hydration. Also, remember the baby aspirin part and the carbs, kid.
Thanks, blogless! I feel a bit better about my reading then. Well, Natalie, I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for stopping by!See, Robin? I knew you were going to ask. I knew it.I did the carbs, but the baby aspirin was unnecessary, as I wasn't hung over.
Drunk or sober, this is great — and I know because I've tried it both ways.
It's always lovely to hear from you. I like Neil Gaiman but I preferred Neverwhere to American Gods.You seemed to relax more as the reading went on. I liked the smile in your voice at the end.
Wow- I just sat in the quiet and listened. This was wonderful, and thanks for the intrduction to Neil Gaiman - I've never read his books.His writing is simple and elegant and sneaks up on you - the way I like it. Thanks for the intro.No mumbling voice there, by the way. You read it well, and Neil woud surely be happy to hear it!
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