Dear fans

Those who enjoyed my Librivox recording of Agatha Christie’s Mysterious Affair at Styles may be interested to know that I have completed a recording of H G Wells’s Invisible Man.

Many thanks to all at LV who helped get the files out into the public domain, by proof-listening and co-ordinating the project, particularly Betsie who got the cataloguing done whilst moving house!

For my next solo project, I have chosen Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. At some point, I shall set myself the target of recording it in 80 days. But I will have my holiday first, I feel.

Chapters I have recorded for other projects are listed on my podcasting page. I am also currently book-coordinator for a recording of A Vindication of the Rights of Women, which has proven to be challenging. I might also be about to do a vegetarian cookery book from the early 1900s. New volunteers are always welcome.

One final thing to note. When I recorded Styles, it was amongst the first to be ready. One of very few — it might even have been the first solo project, or maybe I was pipped to that post. But take a look at the catalogue today, less than a year later. There are hundreds of texts in there now – testament to thousands of hours put in by volunteers around the world to recording the texts and doing all the vital work that results in having a fantastic website built around the recordings.

Yay us! *clicks*


5 comments on “Dear fans

  1. barbara henninger says:

    I really enjoyed listening to your recording of Mysterious Affair at Styles. You have a great voice! Thanks a lot! Barbara Henninger, in Berkeley California

  2. Jo says:

    I enjoyed it too. I have just downloaded Invisible Man. Many thanks

  3. jr says:

    can’t wait to hear the new recording

  4. hugh says:

    yes indeed styles was the first solo! … and is prob our most popular book!

  5. Matt Kiel says:

    I am currently listening to the Invisible Man. It is wonderful! You have a great voice, especially for this style of reading. I’m an American and absolutely love (and covet) your accent! Thank you for doing this great work! I plan on working my way through the rest of your works as well.
    -Matt Kiel, Indiana, USA

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