New Ebook out!
Malwi fell to the sand, in a faint, so overwhelmed was she by the sight of a strange man before she lost consciousness; a man who was not only unnaturally large, but a man with white skin, and hair of bright red gold, along with a thick, matching beard! Her people’s men had no facial hair But most terrible of all was that he somehow was riding on top of the sea; not swimming, but riding! It had to be a god…
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I have recently completed two book narrations, for two separate audiobooks:
Shout the Battle Cry of Freedom by K.M. Breakey and
Atlantean by Jay Bowers.
Neither is out yet, but this is just a heads up- soon both will be available. I will give you all the information you need, once the books are finally out and available for download. For now, just be aware that here are two audiobooks that you will want to read; they should be out really soon. And both are truly labors of love!
I also have many audiobooks available for immediate download. The thing about audiobooks is that they are truly an effortless way to consume books, especially as you are doing something else. (Like driving)! And trust me, there is nothing ‘less worthy’ about listening to a book as opposed to actually reading the words on a printed or digital page. They are just different ways to get the job done, no more and no less!
I have actually found that the audio of a book (or podcast) is often more memorable and compelling than simple visually reading. There is something about the spoken word, as there is about music as well, that gets right into your head and heart in a visceral way. The tales of Homer and other ancient bards were primarily passed on vocally, as were those of Beowulf and other early traditions.
Even Shakespeare was primarily vocally transmitted in the form of his plays, when in early England most of the populace was illiterate.
So start to download audiobooks if you have not already done so. Check out my catalog on this site to find my own ‘chantings of my inner bard’. I guarantee you will not be disappointed!
Atlantean ebook now published. Click below to order for 99 cents!
Sale is until February 19th…
Actually, after she was a Meadowlark, she became a Three Feather, and then a Sherry Sister! No, she was not an amazing shape-shifter type from an alternate reality, she was a simple farm girl from South Dakota in the 1930’s. Kind of like little Dorothy from Kansas, although her reality was a bit colder and bleaker in terms of weather, and yet far warmer and homey in that she had sisters, and a brother too!
The Manthey Meadowlarks they were called, and they sang and played around the rural landscape back then, from churches, to barn raisings, to hoedowns, to all kinds of dances and halls! Father on tuba, drums, and many other instruments, mother on piano, the girls on trumpet, trombone, sax, and fiddle. And they ALL sang.
After father died in a tragic tractor accident on the farm, the Meadowlarks stopped… but later, the three middle girls,, Janie, Paula, and Carolyn formed a trio. First, it was the Singing Three Feathers, but eventually they decided on Carolyn’s suggestion of the Sherry Sisters, and their singing career resumed on a larger stage.’
To read more about it, check out the new web site Sherrysisters.com
You will be so glad you did, that you will probably also want to read or listen to the book ‘Little Carolyn’ available everywhere books or audiobooks are sold, by her son Jess Thornton…