Chapter 10: March 23, 2007

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(Saturday, March 24th: Apologies, but I made an editing error when mixing this Chapter so some of you early risers may have downloaded a version that has me talking over myself at about the 20 minute mark.  I’ve now re-edited and re-posted the file.)

This week, Chapter 10, including: On election day, Daniel and the two Petes work hard to save Angus from victory; Daniel drives NDP voters to the polls; Daniel commiserates with Muriel; Daniel skinny-dips in the frigid river before watching the election returns; Daniel drives to the airport to meet Angus;  Angus addresses the media horde; Angus writes in his diary.

Comments are invited right here on the blog or send me an e-mail to [email protected]. Thanks for listening. Next week, we start Part 2 with Chapter 11.

The great music featured in the podcast is by Jon Schmidt and is called Winter Serenade. It is available from the Podsafe Music Network. My friend Roger Dey provides the voice that opens the podcast. The photo at the top of the blog page was taken by, and is used with permission from, Mr. Ron Boisvert.

2 Responses to “Chapter 10: March 23, 2007”

  1. Dan York says:

    Terry,

    Excellent episode! Very well done… I was listening while driving and did an extra loop around the neighborhood just to finish listening. Great stuff… and as you well know much of the commentary on the political process and our expectations of politicians sadly applies to all of us south of the Canadian border as well. Now I do have to wonder where you’ll be taking this in Part 2!

    Congrats also on moving ahead with the self-publishing route. As an author myself (of technical books), I’ve been toying with trying out that route, so I’ll be very interested to follow your progress. (Of course, my major barrier is finding the time to write amidst all the blogging, podcasting and other things I’m doing… 🙂

    Looking forward to whatever comes next,
    Dan

  2. Terry Fallis says:

    Thanks Dan. It’s great to have some listeners in the U.S. and beyond. You deserve a special citation for listening to a novel of Canadian politics! Take care and happy listening…

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