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This chapter is about nine-and-a-half minutes. The recording continues its measured pace. It’s looking as if I should be able to finish recording it before the new year. This chapter shows that things can get worse.

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This is a bigger chapter. Exactly fifteen minutes. The recording is plodding along at a measured pace. If there are no surprises I might finish recording it in the week before the new year. This chapter takes us to Willie’s place of work on the sidewalk of a busy street. The grimy sidewalk is hard but the brick wall is warmed by the sun.


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This is the smallest chapter yet. Barely over seven minutes. The recording is going well and there is just a slight possibility that it will be done before the end of the year. Yes, I’m slow. I choose to enjoy this instead of feeling obliged to get it done sooner. Go ahead and give a listen. It won’t take too long.

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The ebook of Vin Stone – Night Soil has been published. So far it is available at Kobo. You really should go and have a look, and then, at such a low price as that, buy it. Then, of course, you will want to write a review of it, telling everyone what a great story it is and how masterfully told. If you are one of the people who received an advance readers copy (ARC) then you can go directly to the review stage without even having to buy the book, although, given that I wrote the first draft with a fountain pen, that is an almost embarrassingly low price.

In this book, Vin Stone engages in some uncharacteristic derring-do, so you should really check it out.

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I might as well put up another chapter of the recording of Vin Stone – Night Soil. Since I’m not posting Okanagan Reader recordings for a while, I might as well post a few of the ones I am doing. Today’s reading is chapter six. It’s a short chapter that comes in at only about eight minutes.

There you go, then.

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