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by Newgatenovelist
Tue 19. Mar 2019, 10:37
Forum: Book Suggestions
Topic: Suitability of book?
Replies: 5
Views: 1365

Re: Suitability of book?

Hello Terry, Yes, the project has been completed and is ready to be listened to! You can access it at: https://legamus.eu/blog/?p=955 If you want to hear more of McKittrick Ros, Fumes of Formation is also available: https://legamus.eu/blog/?p=927 And on Librivox you can listen to Irene Iddesleigh: h...
by Newgatenovelist
Wed 13. Feb 2019, 22:46
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Thank you so much, Viktor! It's exciting to have this one out there and waiting to be listened to!
by Newgatenovelist
Tue 12. Feb 2019, 00:25
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Hi Viktor,

I like it! When I saw your message I wasn't sure what to expect, but I think you're being hard on yourself. It looks really good - thank you very much for creating it!
Erin
by Newgatenovelist
Sat 9. Feb 2019, 22:21
Forum: Book Suggestions
Topic: PD in 2019
Replies: 8
Views: 801

Re: PD in 2019

I would like to point out that The Great Gatsby is PD in Europe or countries with life + 70, while it is not in the US. Therefore librivox won't do it, but you can :) Hello Michaelwy, There's some good news! Martin Reyto has already recorded The Great Gatsby, so you can start listening this weekend...
by Newgatenovelist
Sat 9. Feb 2019, 22:14
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

No rush! I appreciate your efforts, because we'd be here all year if it were down to me to come up with a cover.
by Newgatenovelist
Sat 9. Feb 2019, 22:13
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Hi Anna, I didn't make a note of the pronunciations - I don't think they're really a big deal, but I hope it helps for future things! Chapters 19 and 20 are PL OK, so the book is finished - well done! I'm going to be really annoying and mention a typo in the new summary in your post - in the first l...
by Newgatenovelist
Thu 7. Feb 2019, 11:23
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Chapter 17 is PL OK! I have one small note on pronunciation. This is a classic example of a homograph - 'bow' is spelled identically but the pronunciation varies depending on the meaning. If you take a deep bow, it rhymes with wow. It's definition 2 here: https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition...
by Newgatenovelist
Thu 7. Feb 2019, 00:53
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Chapter 16 is PL OK. A couple of pronunciation notes just because it's so much fun... 'Tear' has two different pronunciations, just to be confusing. In the first definition, if you look at the listings under the subheading 'verb', number 2 has the definition and example sentences, and that definitio...
by Newgatenovelist
Wed 6. Feb 2019, 07:21
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Cool!

I want to find out what happens, but I'll listen in stages. Chapter 15 is PL OK!
by Newgatenovelist
Tue 5. Feb 2019, 10:30
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Chapter 14 is PL OK.

Pronunciations - don't I know it! I have some howlers on record that I know how to avoid in future, but one thing that recording has done is make me second guess the pronunciation of absolutely everything. I'm sure I know it, and yet, maybe, just maybe, I don't...
by Newgatenovelist
Mon 4. Feb 2019, 19:06
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Fantastic, thanks! I realise it isn't always possible to give everybody credit, but it's nice when that does happen. What do you think to this photo of Yeats from roughly the same time he was writing this book? (The photographer died in 1942, so the copyright ought to be okay.) If it would be tricky...
by Newgatenovelist
Mon 4. Feb 2019, 00:36
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok
Replies: 45
Views: 5694

Re: solo [ENGLISH] Green Grey Homestead by Steele Rudd - hok

Hi Anna! Section 12 is PL OK. It's good to pick up these adventures setting up a homestead again! I'll get to 13 shortly. I have one small note - it doesn't affect the meaning, but perhaps it might be useful for future reference. It's the pronunciation of cove (see the second definition): https://en...
by Newgatenovelist
Sat 2. Feb 2019, 23:16
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Fabulous! If, and only if, there is room for a third PL, would it be possible to add Phil's name? He checked my editing of the dramas. If not, not to worry, as having two credits for PLing is still a decided improvement over LV! There isn't (yet) an online text. I definitely don't have a cover! And ...
by Newgatenovelist
Tue 29. Jan 2019, 23:29
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Hi Viktor, I have added a summary to the first post, as follows: William Butler Yeats first published this collection in 1935. In it, he developed themes and symbolism prevalent throughout his work, including his fascination with masks and Irish legends. And would like to add a few keywords: poetry,...
by Newgatenovelist
Thu 24. Jan 2019, 16:50
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Woo hoo, thank you Phil! You're quite right, that was partly because the attendants weren't singing and partly to trim references to stage directions not directly related to visual stuff impossible to represent in an mp3. I've marked them both PL OK, and I'll get to work on the summary! Very well do...
by Newgatenovelist
Fri 18. Jan 2019, 08:19
Forum: Book Suggestions
Topic: PD in 2019
Replies: 8
Views: 801

Re: PD in 2019

Cool! I thought it might be a bit of a fishing expedition, but I'm glad I asked. I think (though I have by no means gone through the entire catalogue) that there is one thing from 1923 - The Prophet by Khalil Gibran. https://legamus.eu/blog/?p=76 But I think you're right, and for the vast majority o...
by Newgatenovelist
Wed 16. Jan 2019, 20:08
Forum: Completed Projects
Topic: COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik
Replies: 56
Views: 6276

Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

We have a PL for my editing! I'm posting that exciting news so that nobody else comes along and doubles the work unnecessarily.
by Newgatenovelist
Tue 15. Jan 2019, 13:50
Forum: Book Suggestions
Topic: PD in 2019
Replies: 8
Views: 801

Re: PD in 2019

Thanks Viktor, this is really cool! I usually have such a stack of books I want to record I don't pay that much attention to the new stuff on 1 January, but it's nice to be reminded of new and exciting things that are available. I don't know if there has been much discussion with PD books changing a...