So go on, let us do that – we’re ready and waiting.
‘Terminus‘; descent into a room of sly eyes.
‘Puddles Like Pillows’. When gravity stops holding things down & litter fills the skies.
Phillippa Yaa de Villiers exceptional poem, ‘Origin’.
From Let Me Tell You a Story available from Amazon.
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Just a quick note to say I love this idea of a digital book with a soundtrack. And I’m loving the unlocked files. What a great way to promote the book. So I have a couple of questions: how does it work to purchase it from the US? I’m assuming Lulu converts the monies, but how much is it? And how does it work exactly? I’m asking for two reasons. One, I’d love a copy. and Two, I wonder if you’d be up for a guest post/excerpt/highlight on my blog and maybe we can do a giveaway? Again, not sure how that works through Lulu from there to here.
Anyhoo, think about that. And for sure let me know about the purchasing details. I know I can get it on Amazon, but I’m just curious how I go from the stories to the audio.
Hope you’re well! Christi
On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 10:01 AM, Dr Suzanne Conboy-Hill – finding fiction wrote:
> Suzanne Conboy-Hill posted: “So go on, let us do that – we’re ready and > waiting. ‘Terminus’; descent into a room of sly eyes. ‘Puddles Like > Pillows’. When gravity stops holding things down & litter fills the skies. > Phillippa Yaa de Villiers exceptional poem, ‘Origin’. ” >
Thank you, I’m so pleased you like this idea! You access the audio by scanning a QR code at the top of each story/poem so you can listen via your smart device while you read, the idea being that it supports rather than replaces reading where reading might be a struggle for some reason. Wouldn’t it be nice to see this on information leaflets for when some of the words are tricky or you forgot your reading glasses? Anyways – very much yes to the guest post (thank you again), the book is on Amazon.com too https://www.amazon.com/Let-Me-Tell-You-Story/dp/1326639625/ref=sr_1_40?ie=UTF8&qid=1510047106&sr=8-40&keywords=let+me+tell+you+a+story, and Lulu is a US company so currency isn’t an issue. QR scanners are apps for smart devices and there are plenty of free ones. Just avoid the ads at the bottom!
So cool on so many levels, Suzanne. Thanks for the extra info!
Thank you 🙂
Grateful for sharingg this