Saturday, April 6, 2013

The DMS Wants to Know!



Did you hear? Monday's Riddle was mixed up with Lizzy's review of the audio book for The Deliverers: Sharky and the Jewel by Gregory Slomba. Thursday, we told you about our favorite person to listen to on Top of the Heap, and Friday, we were excited for the chance to hear from Jimm Singer, the narrator for The Deliverers audio book. Today, we want to hear from you!

The DMS wants to know: Who is your favorite storyteller to listen to? 

We told you ours. Now, let's hear yours!





☞ There's still time to enter the book giveaway and win a copy of The Deliverers: Sharky and the Jewel. Stop by the post to listen to an excerpt of the book : ) Giveaway ends Sunday, April 7th


10 comments:

  1. Jude Law (when he narrated Lemony Snicket's Series--sooo good :)

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    1. Hi EC, I will have to check that out! Thanks for sharing : ) ~ F

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  2. Not a fan of audio books so this isn't something I can comment on but I have heard England's very own Stephen Fry does a tremendous job.

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    1. Hi Petty, They aren't for everyone- but when an audio book is read right- it's magical : ) Thanks for stopping by! Lovely to hear from you : ) ~ F

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  3. The last audio book I listened to was one from the Tolkien Audio Collection, but I can’t for the life of me think who read it, and I can’t find it to check.
    I agree with Petty about Stephen Fry, I understand his reading of 'Paddington here and now' is excellent, although I’ve not heard it myself.

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    1. Hi Barbara, I will have to check that out- I might like to listen to Tolkien- if the reader does a good job! Thanks so much for popping by to share your thoughts with us : ) ~ F

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  4. I don't really like audio books, the Kindle mom bought me for Christmas doesn't have the audio feature.

    Lucas

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    1. Lucas- I have never listened to anything on my Kindle either. I do enjoy a good audio book- but I think the narrator is important. Thanks for stopping by! :) ~L

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  5. I don't think I have a favorite anymore.

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