Podficced, that is.

[personal profile] fire_juggler posted a podfic anthology on Feb. 14 and chose one of my pieces to be in it. You can find it here on dreamwidth or here on livejournal.

I've barely been online in fandom since hiatus began (way too much real world work, sigh), so I missed this until today, but wow. I'd never heard [personal profile] fire_juggler 's work before, and she is awesome. She's got a beautiful voice and expressiveness. Also, SHE MADE FANART to accompany the mp3. My first fanart. I am giddy with joy.

Currently downloading the whole thing to listen to while I work on my basement. Yay!

I've been podficced and I have no idea if that's how it's spelled. But if I spelled it "podficked," it would look kinky. So.

Thank you [livejournal.com profile] podklb for recording and posting an audio version of my very short 4.04 reaction ficlet "Freezing." I started listening to Glee podfics the day after I discovered Glee fanfic and fell in love with the art form immediately, so this means a lot to me. Plus, this is the first time I've ever heard anybody read any of my stuff aloud (unless you count my sister going through my literary journals in high school, finding whatever I had contributed, and reading it in a dramatic voice to make sure I felt properly embarrassed for taking myself seriously).

The podfic is part of a larger 4.04 reaction podfic compilation that podklb and her cohorts are working on. They invite others to contribute, so if podficcing is your thing, jump in over here.

Meanwhile, I'm looking forward to listening to all of them and sobbing. (Except for during likeasouffle's "Love Is Waiting," because it is so, so happy.)

How can I be the only person who has yet commented on [livejournal.com profile] nielrian's awesome audio blog response to 3.05? It's not even 20 minutes long. Go listen to it now and comment! And then download all her podfic because she is the best and she *always* makes me cry at the fluffy parts.
How can I be the only person who has yet commented on [livejournal.com profile] nielrian's awesome audio blog response to 3.05? It's not even 20 minutes long. Go listen to it now and comment! And then download all her podfic because she is the best and she *always* makes me cry at the fluffy parts.
I have been listening to [livejournal.com profile] nielrian's Glee podfics obsessively for the past week. It started last Saturday with [livejournal.com profile] mary_flanner's Scholars and Gentlemen. I had been reading a lot of fan fic last week because I had the flu and only one book out of the library, and on the last day of bed rest (Friday) I discovered [info]mary_flanner's Sally Meets Harry and just couldn't stop reading. I stayed up until 1 a.m. reading it, which you really aren't supposed to do when you're sick; and when I woke up on Saturday, I wanted to run right back to the computer to start reading again.

But I was also feeling healthy enough to work on processing the two or three bushels of apples that sat in my kitchen the whole time I had the flu, waiting for me to put them up for the winter. And I thought that moving around would probably be good for me after being so sick.

I remembered seeing in the comments section a back-and-forth between [info]mary_flanner and one of her readers about a recording the reader had done of some of [info]mary_flanner's work. So I went back and found the link and downloaded the entire series. I spent all day peeling and chopping apples and laughing and crying and feeling my heart torn out and then put back in again. Seriously, I don't think I've felt so many intense feelings in so short a time span since I fell in love with my partner four years ago.

I haven't listened to podfics before this, but I listen to a lot of audiobooks and [info]nielrian is right up there with the best of the readers. I am currently also listening to Evelyn's Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, which is read by Jeremy Irons, and I can say without a doubt that [info]nielrian's reading is much better that Jeremy Irons'.

I spent Sunday re-listening to the Scholars and Gentlemen stuff and then also started downloading [info]nielrian's other Glee podfics. I've been listening to them for the past week; her selections are awesome and her reading is spot-on. Alas, I came to Chapter 5 of [info]aelora's Together We Are the Oceans and realized that was it.

Now I'm stuck listening to only Jeremy Irons.

So I suppose it may be time to expand my podfic universe and check out other readers. I wonder where to start.
If anyone ends up reading this and has recommendations, I'd love to hear them.
I have been listening to [livejournal.com profile] nielrian's Glee podfics obsessively for the past week. It started last Saturday with [livejournal.com profile] mary_flanner's Scholars and Gentlemen. I had been reading a lot of fan fic last week because I had the flu and only one book out of the library, and on the last day of bed rest (Friday) I discovered [info]mary_flanner's Sally Meets Harry and just couldn't stop reading. I stayed up until 1 a.m. reading it, which you really aren't supposed to do when you're sick; and when I woke up on Saturday, I wanted to run right back to the computer to start reading again.

But I was also feeling healthy enough to work on processing the two or three bushels of apples that sat in my kitchen the whole time I had the flu, waiting for me to put them up for the winter. And I thought that moving around would probably be good for me after being so sick.

I remembered seeing in the comments section a back-and-forth between [info]mary_flanner and one of her readers about a recording the reader had done of some of [info]mary_flanner's work. So I went back and found the link and downloaded the entire series. I spent all day peeling and chopping apples and laughing and crying and feeling my heart torn out and then put back in again. Seriously, I don't think I've felt so many intense feelings in so short a time span since I fell in love with my partner four years ago.

I haven't listened to podfics before this, but I listen to a lot of audiobooks and [info]nielrian is right up there with the best of the readers. I am currently also listening to Evelyn's Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, which is read by Jeremy Irons, and I can say without a doubt that [info]nielrian's reading is much better that Jeremy Irons'.

I spent Sunday re-listening to the Scholars and Gentlemen stuff and then also started downloading [info]nielrian's other Glee podfics. I've been listening to them for the past week; her selections are awesome and her reading is spot-on. Alas, I came to Chapter 5 of [info]aelora's Together We Are the Oceans and realized that was it.

Now I'm stuck listening to only Jeremy Irons.

So I suppose it may be time to expand my podfic universe and check out other readers. I wonder where to start.
If anyone ends up reading this and has recommendations, I'd love to hear them.

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