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Becky Lyles
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LET ME TELL YOU A STORY Podcast #80, a patchwork quilt of writings/readings, is online and ready for you to take a listen. Enjoy!
http://www.beckylyles.com/podcast
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LET ME TELL YOU A STORY PODCAST #79 includes poetry readings on a variety of subjects by our guest author, Sharon S. Brown (https://www.facebook.com/sharonsbrownauthor/), a lively discussion between Sharon and Steve about writing poetry, and continued readings from "Treasure Island" and "Winds of Wyoming."
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"Called to Please," a blog I wrote for The Writers in Residence about "writing to market."
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Let me Tell You a Story Podcast #77 is live! Did you know you can listen on a variety of hosts? Links on my website: direct download, iTunes, Stitcher and iHeart. This episode is titled "Better Than Worms." Guess you'll have to listen to find out what that's all about. :-)
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If you don't know what a shape-shifter is, here's your chance to find out. Let Me Tell You a Story podcast #76 features Hilarey Johnson's short story titled "Shape-Shifting Bohoja." We also read excerpts from "Treasure Island," "Winds of Wyoming" and Jeanne Kay-Linn's "Prison Librarian" journal.
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Let Me Tell You a Story Podcast #75 offers great music betwixt and between some mysterious goings-on!
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LET ME TELL YOU A STORY Podcast #74 includes some Kid Chuckles, excerpts from "A Dark Moon Rising," "Winds of Wyoming" and "Treasure Island," along with a "Ways of the Lord" entry titled "Loving My Enemies." Come take a listen!
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LET ME TELL YOU A STORY Podcast #73 features a magician, a redneck dog, feuding woodsmen, a poem about words, and an essay about death. Variety is the spice of life!
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