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Spoken Sunday #15

May 15, 2011

Spoken Sunday Submission #15 for 15th of May , 2011

For full details check the page.


How To Play:

1. After you have submitted to [Fiction] Friday – or written a passage of around 600 words, record it.

2. On your blog, or audioboo site, post an explanation of your piece (if its a passage from a larger work) or ask readers for specific feedback about it – as well as a link to your recording.

3. Use the link generator below to submit your link.

4. Visit other’s posts and recordings.

5. Leave constructive and encouraging comments.

6. Use Twitter (with our hashtag of #spokensunday) or Facebook etc to tell your network about the stories posted up.

7. Come back again next week!

If you’re participating in the Write Anything meme, please leave a link to your entry below. If you are not participating, please don’t leave a link. People who aren’t playing will be removed.

3 Comments
  1. May 15, 2011 12:05 am

    Oh Yeah! Moult World goes AUDIO! I’ve never flexed my vocal cords in the name of Spoken Word before so I’m deeply interested in your feedback on this post. Part of me thinks spoken word lends itself well to the internet and is a logical evolution; whilst a niggling whisper suggests I should commit the rest of my life to mime.

    Before you reply, be warned: my vocal range is limited to cheeky Dickensian Cockney (as testified in this episode) and Diabolic Overlord of the Universe (forthcoming if you so wish). So what do you think?

    The Luck-Day Finhead Effect: http://www.moultworld.com/?p=2730

  2. May 15, 2011 10:42 am

    My final 52/250 flash written for the theme ‘threesome’
    Gingerbread
    It appears at the beginning of my podcast, My Writing Niche no29: Towel Day Approaches!
    That way if you only want to hear the story, you don’t have to listen to the whole podcast.🙂

    http://www.ganymeder.com/current-events/my-writing-niche-episode-29-towel-day-approaches

  3. May 15, 2011 2:58 pm

    “One Thousand Nine-Hundred and Eighty-Four Good Reasons” is a fictional advert for a familiar security service.

    http://johnwiswell.blogspot.com/2011/05/bathroom-monologue-one-thousand-nine.html

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