This is my #SpokenSunday recording for this week, the flash piece I wrote for #FridayFlash on Friday, The Tooth Fairy.
For more spoken word and readings, search for #SpokenSunday on Twitter.
This Sunday’s #SpokenSunday is an older flash piece from the archives in light of me not having written anything this Friday. It was a piece inspired by a prompt: Tim Tams, which I wrote with my old housemate. We just timed ourselves and both wrote for 15 minutes straight and this is the result.
It’s also one the pieces included in my upcoming demo book, Sanity Juxtaposed. So it’s a little taster.
For more #SpokenSunday recordings, search for ‘#SpokenSunday’ on Twitter. There’s a whole group of writers sharing recordings of their writing every Sunday.
This week’s #SpokenSunday recording is my flash piece, Coup d’cash.
For more recordings of reading, spoken word and poetry, search for #SpokenSunday on Twitter where people will be posting links to their blogs and AudioBoo’s with their latest recordings.
For this week’s #SpokenSunday, I read my #FridayFlash piece for the week again. This one’s called ‘The Flip of a Coin’ and is based on a prompt from Write Anything‘s [Fiction] Friday.
You can listen to more #SpokenSunday pieces but searching for ‘#SpokenSunday’ in Twitter or alternatively in the next day or so, a wrap-up of all the pieces will be posted on the #SpokenSunday blog at spokensunday.wordpress.com
I hope you enjoy.
People might have seen around the web lately the new publishing technology, AudioBoo which is essentially a simple form of podcasting. It was a bit weird recording my voice for the first time but I think voice is an underrated tool of the writer. You can use tone and emphasis in a completely new way.
Today I launched a new Twitter meme #SpokenSunday which is spoken word and readings via AudioBoo on a Sunday, and ideally, people are going to read their #FridayFlash pieces. I launched the blog – spokensunday.wordpress.com – this afternoon and interest so far has been good.