Time for the Fair Episode 11

By Jack E. Boucher [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

 

In this week’s episode, Billy spends a day at the fair as he’s never seen it with the 13 year old version of his grandfather.

 

I’m gearing up to participate in my third February Album Writing Month, so I play on of my FAWM songs from last year.

The story so far this week is read by Catholic Blogger and author,  Sarah Reinhard from snoringscholar.com.  She had some technical difficulties with her recording equipment, so her voice echoes a bit.

Now, it’s time for the fair.

 

Sarah Reinhard’s Books
SarahReinhard-books: Catholic Family Fun, Welcome Baby Jesus, Welcome Risen Jesus, A Catholic Mother's Companion to Pregnancy

Time for the Fair Episode 10

"Větruše, zrcadlové bludiště" by ŠJů, Wikimedia Commons. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:V%C4%9Btru%C5%A1e,_zrcadlov%C3%A9_bludi%C5%A1t%C4%9B.jpg#mediaviewer/File:V%C4%9Btru%C5%A1e,_zrcadlov%C3%A9_bludi%C5%A1t%C4%9B.jpgThe story so far is read by Drew Beatty, author of White Trash Land, Lost Gods, and several short stories.

 

In this week’s episode, Billy enters the one place at the fair he dared not go.

 

 

Time for the Fair Episode 9

nametag adapted from emlebemle on flickr

 

In this week’s episode, we discover what’s up with Aunt Sue and all those names.

 

The story so far is read by podcaster, cartoonist, and author Daniele Rossi from Stuttering is Cool.

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Now, It’s Time for the Fair…

Time For the Fair Episode 8

cc Andrew Dunn via WikimediaThe Story So Far this week is read by Douglas Mumphrey, independent author of the Hunter’s Navy science fiction series.

Enjoy.

Time for the Fair Episode 7

This is a photograph taken by Jesse Munroe (ExPlaceLover). It shows the Princes' Gate, the traditional entry to Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario.

 

Happy New Year to all and welcome to 2015.  In this episode Billy explores more of the fair in 1978.  The Story so far is read by Lisa Hendey who is an author, podcaster, and founder of CatholicMom.com.  She reads a short passage from her newest book, The Grace of Yes.  As an added bonus, I play Catholic Nerd rockers, Popple performing an impromptu theme song for the Grace of Yes.