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Post by soundchest » January 16th, 2007, 9:36 pm

Cori wrote:... both of which are children's lit, containing collections of short stories. As stories are completed there, you would be able to 'proof-listen' too ...
I clicked on some of the reader's stories. The 'listen' links would not work for me.
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Post by soundchest » January 16th, 2007, 9:56 pm

kayray wrote:Oh, goodness, there's no waiting to be "accepted" around here :) Record a short story and post it to the short story collection! Ask for some feedback, and someone will take a listen and make sure you don't have any technical difficulties -- too-soft volume and/or loud background noise are the newbie's biggest problem, usually :) If you have any troubles we'll help you straighten them out, adn then you're off like a rocket!

Once you've hung around for a while and learned the ropes, you might like to coordinate a collection of short stories for children. You could pre-select a bunch and let people sign up, or you could make it more open, and collect 20 or so random stories. :)
Okay, I'll read and send in my mp3 re: request to read

Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum
We are down to the final stretch?
Found a chapter that needs to be re-recorded:
17 ? How the beggars came to town

that Westwinds12 found orphaned. Will read and send whether or not it is accepted.

Thank you for permission to start and for the hopefull feedback!

soundchest
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Post by Silver » January 17th, 2007, 6:00 am

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Post by kri » January 17th, 2007, 9:25 am

soundchest wrote:
I wanted to see if an accent was mandatory so clicked on some of the reader's stories. The 'listen' links would not work for me.
You may want to tell the book coordinator of that project.

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Post by soundchest » January 17th, 2007, 9:31 am

kri wrote:
soundchest wrote:
The 'listen' links would not work for me.
You may want to tell the book coordinator of that project.
I did, thanks.

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Post by hugh » January 17th, 2007, 9:58 am

Hi Soundchest,

Thank YOU for coming by and helping out!

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Post by soundchest » January 18th, 2007, 3:48 pm

soundchest wrote:
kayray wrote:Oh, goodness, there's no waiting to be "accepted" around here :) ...
Okay, I'll read and send in my mp3 re: request to read

Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum
We are down to the final stretch?
Found a chapter that needs to be re-recorded:
17 ? How the beggars came to town

that Westwinds12 found orphaned. Will read and send whether or not it is accepted.

Thank you for permission to start and for the hopefull feedback!

soundchest
I'm in the book! :D Thankyou to all who helped me get started! :)

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