Another audiobook completed – “No Man’s Land” by H.C. McNeile
i’ve completed reading another audiobook for Librivox and it’s available for free. To date (4 Aug 2022) it’s had 20,999 page views and 4 people have kindly favourited it. It’s not possible to say how many folks have downloaded it and played it, but a fair few will have, I’m pleased to say. About the…
Another free audiobook available- “Memories and Adventures” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
I’ve read another book for Librivox, the free audiobook provider with 11,000 subscribers. Listen for free here!
Wow! I’ve read a free audiobook… it’s “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Since I wrote this post about becoming a Librivox audiobook reader I’ve completed recording an audiobook of The Great Gatsby by Francis Scott Fitzgerald. It’s available to listen to now. On Librivox, volunteers record books in the public domain. These mp3 files are made available to listen to as free audiobooks. This audiobook, free to listen to,…
I drew my impression of our sunflowers in the garden. Vincent Van Gogh is probably turning in his grave. The sunflowers are way past their best, but that’s because we’ve had some poor weather recently. Before After However, it’s nice to be able to say that today’s a beautiful day! This is my first bit…
CAC and Centre Pompidou Màlaga
In December 2018 on a day when I was starting with “man ’flu“, I revisited CAC Màlaga for the Hernan Bas exhibition, and also ventured into Centre Pompidou Màlaga, for the first time. I’d been looking forward to that for a while. The last time I’d been to CAC was to see Vik Muniz’s “Wasteland” exhibition.…
They were arguing again…
I wrote this in a writing class after receiving a writing prompt intended to stimulate the imagination! Here’s where it took me. Why not give it a try yourself?
I wrote this in 2013, when I was working in Alderley Edge. I was interested in geocaching [an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a GPS receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world…thanks Wikipedia!]…
Inside the witch’s house
In the holidays I went to visit the woman that Dad calls a witch. I never got home and I think we’re working on spells together now, but I’m not sure…
In a kitchen setting where an artist was demonstrating tone on a Rembrandt study, via Zoom, an explosion was oddly unexpected. I ducked down. That’s the last Andy McNab I’ll ever read.
How I learned to volunteer my voice on LibriVox the free audiobook provider for books in the Public Domain