In 2014, I am planning to return to recording and to produce my first audiobook for Mastication Publications. So in early December, I started getting set up… and I stumbled upon an old recording of my short story, “Limber” hidden in the old master tapes for my 2007 CD from Raw Dog Screaming Press, Audiovile. I’d completely forgotten I’d even recorded it! As I listened, the only reason I could guess that I abandoned it was that it didn’t quite “fit” into Audiovile…but now I like the “Pink Floyd” styled guitar that backed the vocals, and the storytelling still stands up nicely. So over the holidays I added some percussion to the track, remixed and remastered the recording, and decided to post it online for the New Year.
“Limber” is one of one hundred stories from my collection, 100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories (Raw Dog Screaming Press, 2007) — a popular collection of flash horror fiction which still remains in print. You can also still order Audiovile from Raw Dog Screaming Press, CD Baby, or even download it on sites like iTunes. Consider Limber your online “bonus track.” It sounds pretty cool on headphones, so download and enjoy!