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September 27, 2005

Maria Lectrix

Maria Lectrix

Found via Aliens in this World (thank you!!). A site from a woman who reads public domain e-books for public domain audiobooks--rather like podcasts. And the books she has read!

I saw listed The Sword of Welleran and Annus Mirabilis by John Dryden.

What a wonderful service!!

I just can't use enough exclamation points about this!!!

Seriously, I'll have to plow through the archives of this site and see what all had been produced and then send a very nice thank you letter to the person who produced them all.

Thank you Maria Lectrix if you stop by here. If not, I'll be writing soon.

Posted by Steven Riddle at September 27, 2005 11:10 AM

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To tell the truth, I don't have much of an archive at the moment, as I just started this blog last week.

(Though I do have more books and stories ready for this week and next! I've been reading audiobooks off and on for a bit, so I have the luxury of having been able to amass a bit of a backlog. And now that I'm finally starting to figure out my audio editing program....)

The credit for my blogname belongs to the University of Dayton. The Marian Library has all kinds of nifty images of Mary reading. Of course I have always identified with that!

(now of Aliens in This World and Maria Lectrix.)

Posted by: Maureen at September 28, 2005 2:08 PM

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