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Before the episode gets started, I want to take a brief moment of your time. On January 5, 2010, Natalie Morris, the wife of Tee Morris, passed away. Tee Morris is well known in the realm of podcasting, being the very first podiobook author. He has been an inspiration to me and many of my fellow podcasters. Tee now has the unenviable job of raising his daughter, lovingly nicknamed “Sonic Boom”, on his own. Phillippa Ballantine recently set up a Chip-In account online to raise money for a college trust fund for “Sonic Boom”, as well as holding an auction soon, dubbed The Boom Effect, to further contribute to the fund. If you haven’t already heard about these efforts I want to point you to the websites. They are RememberNatalie.org and TheBoomEffect.org.
For myself, in addition to continued heavy projects at work, sick family including myself and Michelle, and then this week some very nasty storms, I’ve not been able to get episode 6 edited. In what I hope is not going to be a tradition, I have collected together some more out-takes from the previous episodes for your listening pleasure. I hope you enjoy this episode and I’ll be back in two weeks with episode 6.
WARNING: These out-takes contain adult language and bouts of uncontrollable laughter. Listener discretion is advised.
This podiobook features the music of The Narrow Way, used with permission. Sound effects and music loops courtesy of The Free Sound Project, which can be found at www.FreeSound.org.
This audio recording is Copyright 2009-2010 by Dan Shaurette and is released under a Creative Commons “Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives” License. Some Rights Reserved. You are encouraged to share this audio file, just don’t sell it, don’t change it, and let folks know where they can hear more.
The novel, LILITH’S LOVE, is Copyright 1994 by Dan Shaurette and can be found at Amazon.com or ordered at fine bookstores everywhere.
This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s peculiar imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to any actual persons, living, dead, or undead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.
To find out more about the novel, please visit www.Liliths-Love.com, or the author’s home page at www.DanShaurette.com.
If you have any comments about this podiobook, feel free to drop a note at Liliths-Love.com/contact. Or, if you’d rather leave some voice mail, you can call us at (623)239-2942.
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