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I made a deal yesterday for an actor to do an audio recording of my one-person play, (Errol) FLYNN.

That makes audio versions of five (5) of my one-person plays currently in production. The other four are (Clark) GABLE, (Carole) LOMBARD, (Spencer) TRACY and (Basil) RATHBONE.

It's a bit of a juggling act for me, but (hopefully) all five will be finished and available for holiday giving.

BTW: My one-person plays, ORSON WELLES and CLARA BOW are already available on audio, and can be downloaded via Amazom, audible.com, or iTunes

Stay tuned....

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