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A supernatural thriller with action and suspense, podcast weekly and read by the author Jeff Lane. Jim Hunt, is an average 18 year old college student... or he would like to be. He dreams of a door and an important secret about who or what he is lies behind that door; a secret he doesn't want to let out. During a trip home for Christmas break, he is confronted by his destiny, but will he follow the path that his old teacher Park would like him too? Or will he walk away to live out a normal life? Find out by downloading the weekly podcast. Described as Stephen King meets X-men or Star Wars meets Jason Bourne, this podiobook will appeal to fans of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Anne Rice, Scott Sigler, Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff, Harry Potter or the Twilight series.
By Jeff Lane
Shakespeare made easier for schoolchildren and baffled adults with an easy to understand narrative adaptation and parallel text with the original. Why adapt Shakespeare? Well, it's hard! A lot of actors in Shakespeare productions can act it, confusing audiences. A lot of teachers can't teach it, confusing pupils. A lot of parents lack confidence helping with homework. This is for students of all ages and parents, too. The purpose is to make Shakespeare comprehensible and accessible. Shakespeare is the greatest of writers, for that reason everyone must attempt to grasp his genius. Read the original first and then consult this adaptation to help you. Use this as an aid. The poetry of the original cannot be matched. The action of Book One, Chapter 1 corresponds with Act One, Scene 1, (for the podcasts Episode 1 is 1-1) and so on This recording of Hamlet is read by Michael Matus, who has acted extensively with the RSC and will be appearing at the Globe in London during the Summer 2008 season.
By Shakespeare Lynch Multimedia
Quick Tips for Managing Anger is a show about how deal with anger effectively and practically. Throughout the week Lynette Hoy, Marriage and Family Counselor and Anger Management Specialist, presents insights and skills for managing anger. You can learn to change unhealthy anger into a positive force which accomplishes something good for yourself and others! No more yelling, swearing, manipulating or giving the 'cold shoulder'. Train yourself to turn anger into faith, assertiveness, problem-solving, empathy and forgiveness! Learn techniques for managing conflict and developing healthy relationships!
By Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC
Podcast Description Welcome to Authors Audio - Settle back with a "Cuppa Java" and listen to some of the world's great International Authors talk about their work their lives and the world of writing. Do you want us to interview your favourite Author? Send us a note
By Jake D.Steele
World Literature Podcasting - Improve your knowledge of English literature and the English languageJoin Now to Follow
World Literature Podcasting provides a podcast series exploring a selection of the classics from the world of literature. The purpose of this series is to enhance the listener\'s knowledge and understanding of notable works of literature of the Western world. Each conversation is complemented with a full transcript of the talk. The first two podcasts are free, after that a free 2 minute preview will be provided and the full audio file and/or transcript may be purchased at www.worldliteraturepodcasting.com. Current Feed Content
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