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We’re back! Finally, here is the final part of the story that I had to abandon a few months ago. I have my desk set up for writing, and now, for recording. It’s not ideal, but it’s usable and will do for now. That was a long time away, but now I can get back to doing a new recording every week.

This week’s reading is part four of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about fourteen minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is part three of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about fourteen minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is part two of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about Twelve and a half minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is part one of Travels With the Snow Queen by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about ten minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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This week’s reading is the conclusion of Flying Lessons by Kelly Link. It is part of a short story collection called Stranger Things Happen. It’s about fourteen and a half minutes long. Like other Okanagan Reader stories it is licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike. You can find my review of the book here. Listen to this and other stories on the Audio page.

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