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Welcome and thank you for claiming.bdanzige wrote:hi,
could I have section 18?
I see you have had your test approved. I have added you to the catalog of readers under your forum name - many of us use our real names, so if you prefer, I can change that. We can also link to a personal website or blog.
You will see in the Magic Window, I have assigned section 18 to you. If you click on your name there, you will see your personal catalog page.
Please be sure to read the first post. Everything you need is there, but if you have questions, please ask.
Hi and welcome to Librivox!trinishar wrote:Section 19.Book 3.Chapter 1 please. Please use my real name.
There are a few things to do before you get started.
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I will add you To the catalog, but I will need to know your name! We can also link to a personal blog or website. If you click on your name in the Magic Window, you will see your own personal catalog page.
Be sure to read the first post - all the info you need is there, but if You have questions, just ask.
I have edited your catalog name to Shar Kampfer.trinishar wrote:Thank you Lynnet. I have submitted the test recording and I'm happy to wait, and to make necessary adjustments.
I can understand that - we were all new oncebdanzige wrote:I'm really sorry but I won't do section 18. it's too hard for me for the beggining.
I can hold the section for 2 months to see if you feel more confident in a while, if you wish. In general, I would suggest picking something around 1000 words until you are more comfortable. Also, as a hint, children's books are usually easier as the language is simpler - even if you don't feel children's works are where you plan to end up.
If you have questions, please ask... Any admin and most Book Coordinators are happy to help. We also have a "Need help" forum (see the drop down at the bottom of the page), which is where the technical experts hang out.