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Zoom-(ba)-ing Off Topic

I like to think of myself as a moderately enthused fitness enthusiast.  I enjoy being physically active even though I am no spring chicken.  The activities I have generally engaged in to keep me moving include jogging, biking, cardio machines, and resistance training.  While I have exercised with a trainer, a workout partner and even…

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Books To Die For

If you are a mystery buff, you should definitely pick this up.  It’s an anthology of essays (over 100) by today’s mystery writers on their favorite tales and favorite authors that influenced them.  Edited by John Connolly and Declan Burke, Books to Die For: The World’s Greatest Mystery Writers on the World’s Greatest Mystery Novels…

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Watchathonamania

I watch TV.  Of course I do.  Even so, my schedule often prevents me from tuning in when shows I’d like to watch are on.  In that regard, Netflix and on demand cable have been a boon for me – allowing me to watch things on my own timetable as well as to discover and…

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After the Snow

Apparently, someone thinks my voice is well-received by younger readers/listeners as well as adults.  A quick review through some of my recent narration projects makes that clear.  I’m not complaining, mind you!  I enjoy reading young adult literature. One of the teen lit stories I got to work on last year was After the Snow…

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5 Months On Audible

Yes, it’s true!  It has been almost 5 months since one of my narration projects was first published on Audible. So far it’s been pretty darned good!  None of my audiobooks is a runaway best seller – YET, he says with his heart full of hope – but they’re all selling.  The first one was…