Posted by: Karen | June 24, 2014

Just 7 More Days of #SummerShorts14!

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Unbelievably, we are in the final week of June, and thus the final week of listening to short pieces for free created in celebration of #AudioMonth.  AND, only 7 more days to purchase the whole collection for the discounted price of $9.99.  After June 30, the price goes up to $19.99, but fear not, all proceeds go to benefit ProLiteracy no matter what you pay.  Its a win-win no matter how you slice it.  So go to Tantor to purchase now or later, but check out the blog posts below to get in some free listening every day through July 30…

6/24 Bruce Coville, The Box, by Bruce Coville @ Book & a Latte

6/25 Paul Michael Garcia, Yard Waste, by Steven LaFond – w/author Steven LaFond @ My Bookish Ways

6/26 Day of Classic Horror, with Poe and Lovecraft!

Mike Chamberlain, The Statement of Randolph Carter, by H.P. Lovecraft @ MV Freeman’s blog

Dufris/AudioComics, Audio Theatre: Cask of Amontillado, by Edgar Allan Poe @ Jenn’s Bookshelves

John McLain, The Black Cat, by Edgar Allan Poe @ Going Public

6/27 Dawn Harvey, Something as Big as a Mountain, by Jane Cawthorne,

w/author Jane Cawthorne at My Books, My Life

6/28 Tanya Eby, The Girl at the Gate, by Lucy Maud Montgomery @ Miss Susie’s Reading & Observations

6/28 Tish Hicks, How They Broke Away to Go to the Rootabaga Country, by Carl Sandburg @ Going Public

6/29 Karen White, Sharks and Seals, by Susanna Daniel @ Every Day I Write the Book

6/30 Xe Sands, Virtue of the Month, by Kathleen Founds @ The Oddiophile

 

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