Out today in ePub format, Let Me Tell You a Story is now a download for eReaders with additional links to sound files.
Problems with the ePub format? Try Calibre’s free converter to make a MOBI file and email it to your Kindle account.
The Breathing of Souls
Anne is a writer of short stories that have a quintessential Irishness about them – soft and cosy and laced with tiny toothpicks of funny, wry, blunt honesty. There’s more here
Lyn is a poet. She has a voice-and-a-half. There’s more here on Readalongreads.
This anthology, which links voice recordings of the short stories and poems directly to the text on the page, is due out in late April. Despite being very simple, this application of the technique may be a world first and has implications for the delivery of essential information to populations whose reading skills are not as perfect as the material often requires. There’s more here at Readalongreads.
Written for Every Day Fiction’s one-time invitational.
Photo credit: adapted from Polaris the north star by pakpolaris-d34x4z1 via Google images.
Control was a competition piece and reached the finals of its group. MashStories have voiced it and posted the audio on Soundcloud. I don’t know if the choice of voice artist was coincidental but she is appropriately British and does a jolly good job!
Five Things That Are True and Six That Are Not’ Lascaux Flash competition 17/03/14; 249 words
‘Frozen Fireworks’, Readwave, February 6th, 2014. The last real day is bright and brilliant with a sky full of clotted clouds that tumble along like cream puffs in the thickening air. When the storms break, they cast scaled and feathered flying things down onto the sand, and the sand begins to swim like wet concrete around them. 292 words
“On a frozen beach, brown waves thundering under a gritty pier and a grittier sky, God got his own back and I burst, sparkling, into life.” First published by Full of Crow, October 2012. 699 words
image (c)conboy-hill 2014