I love Jules! (Is that how you spell it in the book?) All of the Harry Potter books. hee heeAnd of course beautiful and smooth is your voice. You must read a lot to the kidlets.
Ooooo ... purdy!!!
Very fun; she just had to run to blog about it, eh?And as a fake Hawaiian, I like the flower over the ear.
This sounds like an intriguing WIP.As for you & the cat, it took me half a minute to realise this was not a sophisticated ventriloquist act where neither the vent nor the 'dummy' moves.
That was delightful. I love the way you read and I really would like to hear or read the rest of this. That room intrigues me and I love the interaction between the two girls.(And thank you for your very kind comment on my voice.)
I love works read out loud, but -- alas! -- my frail XP machine doesn't want to recognize the audio widget. Any suggestions for me?
This was great, Aerin! You read aloud wonderfully and have such a sweet, fun voice.
Loren,http://ictucan.blogspot.com/2008/07/embedding-audio-in-blogger.htmlIf you can't record in mp3, there are about a billion wav->mp3 converters. Search Cnet for a goody.
Found a goody. No need to twiddle with bitrates, etc. "Free MP3 WMA Converter" on Cnet.Here's mine.
I can't hear it, Aerin. Any suggestions would be wonderful! I really want to listen!
Loren & Robin - am working on it this morning!
Oh Aerin (sorry I'm late to the party BTW - stoopid work!) - I love your voice and I'm totally hooked into the story. What a fantastic idea! And I have to say I loved the descriptions of the room. As usual, your sibling banter was real, warm and entertaining. Very cool!
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Got it! Reminds me, interestingly, a little of Phantastes, which B. just got done reviewing.
How nice to hear you! You have a cute, even-toned voice. I love the steps thing, and the mention of HP (trying not to drop in spoilers for other listeners!)