Sunday, 14 January 2018

Poor Butterfly

Dear Listeners,

It has been a while - a long while - since the last episode was published. In the meantime I have had wonderful emails, comments and feedback from so many of you that I have finally found the time to get writing and recording again.

This story was sort of inspired by reading "Flappers" by Judith Mackrell and by a favorite song by Huw Williams, "The Summer Before the War". I hope it feels nostalgic.

Here's your direct link to the mp3, and you can get previous episodes on the "Archive" page.

I'm looking forward to bringing you more in 2018. If you're on the Facebook, join us there, too: https://www.facebook.com/bordersofsleep/

Thank you so much for listening!
Seymour

8 comments:

  1. Sooooo happy you're back with new stories!!! Can't wait for more!!!

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    1. Sooooo happy to have you along as a listener, Anupriya!

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  2. Hi Seymour,
    Just wanted to drop a thank you for creating and sharing these wonderful stories. They have been helping me reach the borders of sleep over the past few months.
    Thank you!

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    1. Esther, It's great to hear from you and I'm delighted that the stories have helped in some way: that's what it's all about!

      Thank you for listening and letting me know.

      May you come easily to the borders of sleep and benefit from all that you find on the other side of them.

      Seymour

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  3. Dearest Seymour, I am such a huge fan of your stories,your delivery style, and your voice. I have been listening to your stories for a few years now. I listen to them over and over and over again. I love all of the stories I have heard. I am so amazed by your talent and the way your mind works. You have given me so much peace and joy since I first discovered your podcast. Unwinding after a stressful day to the sound of your voice as it transports me to another world. The other day I mistakenly referenced one of your stories as if it were a movie I had seen. That is how well you engage my mind and my imagination. My 10 year old granddaughter is a fan as well. Thank you so much for sharing your talent and stories with the world. I am very grateful to you and I will forever be a fan.

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    1. Jeanne-Marie! That's the nicest thing I have heard all week! Thank you; it's given me a boost :-)

      Thank you for listening and thank you for letting me know.

      Sending all good wishes for sweet dreams to you and your grand daughter.

      Seymour

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  4. Yay! I am so so over joyed you're back! I absolutely adore listening to your stories!

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  5. Thank you thank you thank you!
    New stories!!!! Can’t wait!!!

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