Fiction and Audiobooks

I have now returned from our trip to Europe and have settled on a new and what I believe will be an exciting addition to my Opera Vox library of audiobooks.  For Season 5 Keep and eye out for notifications on your chosen podcast app as I begin to read ‘The Arabian Nights’ by Muhsin Mahdi.  This wonderful collection of stories within stories as part of an overarching plot is a new departure for me and I hope you enjoy it as much as I am going to enjoy narrating.

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  1. Hollyd says:

    David – We’re thrilled that you’ve setup a way for us to be a small denomination sponsor. We enjoy your narration and book choices tremendously. We’re in the camp of using the Sherlock Holmes short stories to nod off to sleep. Thank you for restarting your narration “hobby” which, to us, is a joy.

    1. David says:

      Thanks Holly, as always the comments I receive make it all worthwhile. I am enjoying the challenge of regular narrations and having my own platform has really given me the ability to get them out faster.

  2. Nicholas Mullins says:

    Just want to echo the other comments on monte cristo. Excellent recording. Was a pleasure to listen to. Well done on producing it.

  3. Melysah says:

    I just finished listening to your Librovox recording of “The Count of Monte Cristo” and I agree with the comment above. I, too, would listen to anything you read. I had finished reading the book (Monte Cristo) and not wanting to end my journey with it, decided I wanted to find an audio version to listen to on my drive to work. I ended up listening to the entire book and enjoyed your reading so much that now I’m going to listen to your Sherlock series and anything else you read! Thank you for your wonderful contribution!!

    1. David says:

      Glad you enjoyed the Count – you can also listen to my new recordings on my podcast Operavox Audiobooks.

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