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2 responses to “Author Q&A with audiobook extract | Talking with Dianne Ascroft about what inspired her to base her short story on behalf of a legendary ghost story!

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Ascroft,

      I regret the late response to your lovely comment. The past few years were adverse with health afflictions and an increased frequency in my chronic migraines; regrettably I lost track of my comments as they were coming into my blog. This New Year 2020 I’ve been finally able to address the comments and maintain an active response time to new ones coming in whilst resuming visiting with others in the book blogosphere.

      I was grateful at the time you swung back to my blog to read my responses to the conversation – I like to carry the convo forward with authors and this was a convo I truly enjoyed having with you. I definitely liked how we discussed the paranormal and how we each appreciate chasing after stories which interest us as well.

      The good news is I’ve found your audiobook is available to be heard via Scribd. I’m looking forward to resuming my membership with the service this Spring 2020 and I can’t wait to finally listen to your lovely audiobook! I never had the chance to get a copy of it via Audible and am glad Scribd has it! I look forward to sharing my thoughts about the story with you after I’ve heard it as well.

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