thank you everything perfectly PL ok nowFishfish wrote: ↑December 16th, 2018, 9:22 amI think this should be alright now. Thanks again!
We've arrived at the end so: *curtain rises*
Let me wrap this up with a small recapitulation and a traditional thank-you speech, which some of you probably already were expecting (or maybe dreading )
Book 4 has been realised by the wonderful help of a total of 32 readers.
Here is the alphabetical list of everyone who played a part, either small or large. A note on the colour-coding: The names in Red are those who have participated in every book so far, those in Blue have been in 3 books already, those in Green have participated in 2 books and those in Black have had their debut here in this one.
adr6090 / alanmapstone / Availle / benderca / bluechien / BurgundyGrace / Calleola / catharmaiden / ColleenMC / Craigos / ehrgeiziges / ewinters / Fishfish / Foon / Hypatia / Kitty / knotyouraveragejo / KTBMedia / mightyfelix / moniaqua / neecheelok70 / NemoR / realisticspeakers / Roger / rpotenza / RufusNight / SaraHale / silverquill / SonOfTheExiles / thestorygirl / ToddHW / WiltedScribe
A special warm welcome to our newbies, some of whom even had their very first section in this project. I hope I hear from all of you again soon:
Calleola, ehrgeiziges, ewinters, Fishfish, Hypatia, KTBMedia, rpotenza and RufusNight.
And now for the traditional Oscars-nominations:
> the very first PL ok section: half an Oscar goes to Chris (SonOfTheExiles) who handed in his terrific performance of a rabid Diogenes almost as soon as the project was started. The other half goes to Jim (neecheelok70) who finished the very first PL ok section about Princess Nausicaa and the shipwrecked sailor. Thank you both, guys
> the 50% mark, like in the previous project, was accomplished by April and her beautiful section about the country house of Pliny the Younger. Thank you April
> there were no 100 sections this time, so I plan on giving this trophy to the last finished section, because Ting's speech by Marius to the Roman people is well worth a prize. Thank you, Ting.
> the longest section came in at 44:08 minutes and was the beautiful story of the Lemnian, done by Jim !
> and the prize for "most sections" also goes to Jim, once more. 16 sections and one participation in a drama, it's well deserved !
> and as always, a very special thank you to our drama aficionados. For one of the plays I needed no less than 19 different voices and I was hoping I did not have to double up voices. And thanks to the great support and interest, we managed !!! Thank you all so much for helping me realize this feat: Alan, Angelique, April, Chris, Craig, Devorah, Eva, Foon, Jim, Larry, Monika, Nemo, Roger, Sandra, Sarah, TJ, Todd, Tomas (and myself included in the list). A very special thank you once more to Todd, who helped me deal with the tricky editing job again.
> and a final thank you to Basquetteur, who has been sleuthing around to find the best PD artwork yet again to present this audiobook with a worthy CD cover. Thanks Miguel !
Alright...enough of the talk, let me archive this beauty and I'll post the link here as soon as it's done.