Going Public…in Shorts – 6/13

Another double feature today! Robin Eller offers How to Tell a True Princess, from The Yellow Fairy Book, by Andrew Lang, and is featured over at Lakeside Musing, and Patrick Lawlor offers The Lottery Ticket, by Anton Chekhov, and meeting up with Bermuda Onion. Be sure to check them both out!


Listening & Downloading 
How To Tell a True Princess  is offered in full for online listening. You can also purchase a download of this story via Downpour, with proceeds going to Reach Out and Read.

 

 

Robin Eller headshotHow To Tell a True Princess
After a Prince has lost hope of finding a princess.. one arrives at his castle. The question is whether she is a true Princess.

 

Robin Eller is an actress, narrator, singer and dance educator.  She has appeared on stage, in films, television and numerous commercials. As a dancer, in addition to other credits, she traveled the world with the legendary James Brown, The Godfather of Soul.


   

 

Listening & Downloading
The Lottery Ticket is offered in full for online listening through June 19th. You can also purchase a download of this story via Downpour, with proceeds going to Reach Out and Read.

 

 

 

PatricklawlorThe Lottery Ticket 

One perfectly normal day, as Ivan Dmitritch sits contentedly reading his newspaper, his wife, Masha asks him to check the lottery numbers, to see if her ticket has won. Finding that the first part of Masha’s ticket matches the winning number, Ivan sets the paper down, deliberately avoiding looking at the last number. “We have plenty of time to be disappointed, ” he reasons,  “let’s savor the anticipation.” As the two begin to daydream about what to do with the winnings, Ivan Dmitritch begins to see that dreaming can be pre

 

Patrick Lawlor is a five-time AudioFile Earphones Award winner. Some of his audiobooks include Survivor and Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuck and The Tin Drum by Günter Grass. Paul received his training in theater from Southern Oregon University, where he studied as an actor, director, and designer. He spent three seasons in the acting company at the world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.

 
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lakesidemusingLakeside Musing
Lakeside Musing, created in 2008, is a mostly bookish blog. The primary focus is on classics, contemporary fiction and audiobooks, but anything literary is fair game. Other features include food, family, and the ever-changing lake view.

website: http://lakesidemusing.blogspot.com

email: jqsteve@gmail.com

twitter: @lakesidemusing

I started blogging approximately five years ago at the urging of my son who was home from college for the summer.  It took me a few months to narrow my focus to books but, as an avid reader, it was a natural progression.  Through blogging, I discovered audiobooks and they’ve opened a whole new world for me. When I’m not reading and/or blogging, I help out at my husband and son’s beer store, attend author events and movies, walk, and travel whenever I can.  I can be contacted at kathy@bermudaonion.net
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