Spending the day recording

I’ve spent at least part of the day making new recordings of my next solo Librivox project “The Invisible Man” by H G Wells. I’m now about a quarter done.

After The Mysterious Affair at Styles was finished, I’ve been getting some rather touching and seriously flattering fan-mail.

I just finished to listen to the book and enjoyed it very much. You read clearly and you succeed to change the voices for different characters. I already gave the disks to a friend of mine who is addicted to audio books.

I just wanted you to know that your work is really appreciated.

I’m currently listening to The Mysterious Affair at Styles–bravo! You have a lovely voice, and what’s more, you’re an excellent reader. I’m thoroughly enjoying the book and look forward to hearing more of your recordings.

Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed listening to your Chrisie reading – your Poirot in particular was excellent! Thanks very much. 🙂

Have just come back from a trip to Nantes in our Camping Car (we live in France). The family as a whole enjoyed your rendering of the Mysterious Affair. Both our boys (aged 9 and 11) are great Poirot fans and were completely engrossed in the story – they admitted it was harder listening and imagining than watching on the TV.

As they are both totally bilingual, they especially enjoyed your “Belgian accent”.

Stuck in bed, feeling miserable and sorry for myself, I’m now listening to you. I thought you would like to know your work is appreciated.

Thank you to all my wonderful fans. I really love getting e-mail like this!

2 comments on “Spending the day recording

  1. Hugh says:

    oh very cool!

    by the way have not yet sent you the “secret package”…hugh.

  2. Traci says:

    Read your comment on my blog. Surely you are not suggesting I become a reader. The classics with a Tennessee twang? I think not. I’ll leave the reading to you, sir.

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