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Title: the true story of what once was (http://gyzym.tumblr.com/post/19379370931/the-true-story-of-what-was-snow-white-sleeping-beauty)
Author: [profile] gyzm
Reader: darlingsweet
Fandom: Fairytales
Pairing: Snow White/Sleeping Beauty
Rating: G
Length: 18 min
Summery: It is a tale with many names—you may have heard it once or twice. They speak of Snow White and the dwarves that loved her well; they speak of Snow White and the huntsman who could not bear to kill her; they speak of Snow White and the Evil Queen, and expect you to nod along. Snow White, that paragon of virtue, that beautiful, beautiful girl, felled by an apple and saved by a man (and oh, isn’t than an old story).
Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?spimof2n4egsyh9

Title: one of a handful (http://archiveofourown.org/works/451392)
Author: AyaScythe
Reader: darlingsweet
Fandom: The Avengers
Pairing: Steve Rogers/Tony Stark
Rating:  T
Length: 12 min
Summery: The first time Death meets Steven Rogers, the sky is a sickly yellow with a tinge of grey heartache. - 5 times Death meets Steven Rogers. [The Avengers/The Book Thief crossover]
Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?4587kgfukq24aev

Title: when levees break (http://archiveofourown.org/works/445000)
Author: flowerswhereyouwalk
Reader: darlingsweet
Fandom: The Avengers
Pairing: Steve Rogers/Tony Stark, Pepper Potts/Natasha, Pepper Potts/Tony Stark, Bruce Banner/Tony Stark
Rating: T
Length:  14 min
Summery: Tony starts having PTSD flashbacks again.
Link:  http://www.mediafire.com/?b6k69z8x0xkydz3

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Date: 2012-08-31 09:12 pm (UTC)

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Date: 2012-09-12 07:56 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] manifesty
I just finished listening to "The True Story Of What Was" and you said you'd appreciate feedback so here I am :). I really enjoyed it. I'm not sure how to explain what I liked best but I'll try. I felt like the speed of your reading and the pauses between and within the sentences gave extra weight to the words. It was a style that fitted wonderfully with the fairytale genre as well as the sardonic undertone of the piece. The one critique I have, though that may be a personal problem, was the clarity. The volume can't go up high enough to listen to it on my iPod. It was fine on the computer using speakers though. Not very important but I thought you might want to know. So yeah, anyway, I just really liked the story and your reading of it. It made me smile and I enjoyed the fierce princesses. (btw. Is there a decent synonym for badass? Fierce was the best I could do without swearing... which I have now done anyway). Sorry to ramble. Thank you for the podfic :)


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