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New Recordings March 2010

March 13, 2010

I have been rather remiss in keeping this blog up to date, for which I apologise.

Since I last updated properly, I have completed several solo recordings:

Fiction: The British Barbarians by Grant Allen
The Riddle of the Purple Emperor by Mary E. Hanshew and Thomas W. Hanshew (further adventures of Hamilton Cleek).
Non-fiction: How to Sing by Lilli Lehmann
Children’s fiction: Merry Clappum Junction by Arnold Kennedy

Works in progress:

Travel: East by West: a Journey in the Recess by Henry Lucy
Fiction: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Children’s fiction: The Wonderful Garden by E. Nesbit

I promise to update this blog as soon as I complete each of these. 🙂

You can also follow my new releases on Twitter @RuthGolding. Bah, now I shall have to remember to tweet regularly too. 🙄

Recordings in progress

October 1, 2009

I am recording two solos at the moment.

NOW COMPLETE! My current fiction solo is Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces, which is a rattling good detective yarn featuring Hamilton Cleek, a man of quite remarkable (well, to be honest, totally impossible) talents. It is great fun.

I may have bitten off more than I can chew with my non-fiction solo, French Self-Taught by Franz J. L Thimm. I am attempting to contribute to the development of a language learning resource at Librivox using, of course, books which are all in the Public Domain. This, as you can imagine, has its disadvantages, as many languages have changed radically since the books were written.

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