Saturday, January 15, 2011

Six Sentences Sunday: The Sweater Curse sequel

"Please, take your seat."
"Who are you to tell me what to do? I'll wait wherever I want."
"Suit yourself." She lay down her knitting, flipped through the knitting magazine until she found a full page imagine of her sweater, and turned it to face him.

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Monday: Please meet Rachel Brimble on the release day of her latest comtemporary novel--Getting It Right This Time
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Wednesday: First episode of the audio serialization of The Sweater Curse

16 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

He's getting very anxious.

Lisa Fox said...

Ooo, audio serialization! That sounds awesome, congrats!

Jo-Anne Kenrick said...

ditto what Lisa said! ohh, interesting -- will you do the complete story?

Dee Carney said...

Feisty!

Marie Dees said...

Okay, I'm just totally intrigued by sweaters and curses now.

Jayel Kaye said...

This whole idea is so damn original. Kudos.

Lex Valentine said...

It's so different!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Fresh and different. Nicely done.

Leanne Dyck said...

Jessica, Dee, Marie, Joyel, Lex and Taryn
Thank you so much for your comments. : )

Leanne Dyck said...

Lisa and Jo-Anne
Yes, I'm planning on podcasting the entire novella. I'm learning tons and loving the process!

Laurie A. Green said...

I went back to read last week's so I'd have the continuing snippet. Sweater Curse. Love this idea.

And going audio is such an exciting idea. Several authors in my area are exploring audio now -- even full cast audio, which to me is even more appealing than a single narrator.

Kathleen Grieve said...

Sounds great!

Leanne Dyck said...

Hi Laurie,
I'm so pleased that you're so interested. For your convenience, (please look to the right of this dialogue box) I've begun to compile each snipet under the heading The Sweater Curse sequel. I plan to add this snipet sometime on Monday or Tuesday.
Full cast audio does sound neat.
I love audiobooks and most of those are done with a single voice.
INHO, the ones that are done with a full cast sound a little like 1940s radio show.
Any way, this will only be me and my darling sound guy. : )
Though maybe... : )

Leanne Dyck said...

Hi Kathleen,
Gald you're enjoying it. : )

Kat Lively said...

Thanks for sharing!

Emily Cale said...

Thanks for sharing. Sounds like some feisty character.