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Listen to that …

I am a ham. I like getting up in front of people and holding forth. My first career goal was to become a big Broadway star. I still watch the Tony Awards acceptance speeches for hints about what to say when I win for best leading performance in a musical.

When I speak in bookstores or libraries or sisterhood luncheons, I sometimes read a few pages from one of my books. The reviews are generally good. “Do you record your own books?”

I know better. It takes a very good actress to give voice to many characters and maintain consistency for 250+ pages.

But when I was invited to record a passage for The Drum, an online “Literary Magazine for your Ears,” I coudn’t resist.

Here’s the link.
http://www.drumlitmag.com/index.php?page=sounds&catageory=Issue_25._June_2012&display=518

It’s okay. I’m not mortified, but even more certain that it’s better left to the professionals.

2 Comments

  1. Elle Hull on June 12, 2012 at 3:56 am

    I’m enjoying it now and think you did a smashing job!

  2. Susan "Funny Money" Baughman on July 1, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    Wonderful! And great to see you hamming it up in Jackson Hole. (I got some great photos of you on the balloon this morning, too!)
    Susan Baughman

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