LibriVox Sixth Anniversary 10th August 2011

On August 10th, 2011, LibriVox is six years old. Hurray!

For the first time ever, I have dared to host a LibriVox podcast. It’s quite different from recording books that someone else wrote, and a little unnerving, and of course I had to go for a big one: The LibriVox 6th Anniversary Podcast.

Read more about it and listen to it on this page:

We also decided to repeat last year’s anniversary short works collection. Last year, LibriVoxers found 55 short works with ‘five’ in the title.

Naturally, this year we had to go one better: 66 short works of the most amazing variety, all with ‘six’ in the title. Seven of them from me – yes, greedy as always, I couldn’t stop at six. Poetry, short stories, even a song from the 1917 Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic.

Here it is:

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2 Comments on “LibriVox Sixth Anniversary 10th August 2011”

  1. I just want to tell you of my appreciation to you and others like you who provide the audio books on and other sites.

    I don’t think you realize how much pleasure and influence you offer to so many listeners.

    Saying a simple ‘thank you’ will never be enough.

    Nevertheless, Thank You..

  2. RuthieG Says:

    Thank you, Brenda, for taking the trouble to come and post. We do heartily appreciate hearing from our listeners, and a simple ‘thank you’ is, believe me, very much appreciated. It can often spur you on to finish recording something that you are finding a bit of a struggle. Or it can encourage you to start the next book!

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