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Your writings here are wonderful, witty and entertaining. I can hear your voice as I read along. My question is this: Have you ever considered doing something like this in Audio? I for one would adore hearing you read your "Letters from the Country".
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Yesterday afternoon I read 36 pages of "Wind in the Willows" to my dog, Poppy. She's a lurcher and they love being read to. I think it must be to do with the whippet blood. I must say she was ecstatic at Mole's first meeting with Rat and she just yelped when Otter appeared.
If someone would like to record my notes I'd be happy to oblige. Perhaps it would be a good idea to just have someone read the fan letters and I might then improvise my answers?
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