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Not Ready For Rhyme Time

Not Ready For Rhyme Time

Author: Taylor Woodland

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49 Episodes
Poems 00:33 Elder Tree by Benjamin Koschke 2:25 In The Heart Of Glory And Gladness by Ndaba Sibanda 3:39 My Life by Ben Robinson 4:50 Tin Man's Encore by David Jacobin Short Stories 6:20 Captain Dead by Robin Morris Author Feature 13:09 Tribute: The Cleaners Series: Book 1 by Chris Knoblaugh
Poems 1:31 A Skeleton in the Closet & Match Box by Joe Duncombe 2:50 Untitled by Anthony Gallagher 3:47 The Vampire's Prayer by Neiltro Short Stories 5:32 Reflections by Rick Stepp-Bolling Author Feature 23:04 A Love Haunting by Suzi Albracht
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Poetry 2:01 Ode to those old, ordered, and square by John Frost 8:21 Insanity by O'Nika Barnette 10:12 “YOU PLAY TOO MANY GAMES” By Damon Robinson Short Stories 11:30 The Garden Shed By Candy Glynn Wilder Author Feature 27:31 Mentoring Darkness Kindle Edition by Ring III, David
0:31 Even Though I Fall as the Leaves, I Do Not Decay by Ryan Fitzmaurice 1:41 Sonnet 3: by Megan McCaffrey 2:59 "On the Loss of His Heaven" by Omar Ibrahim 5:19 Steal and Take By Amanda Jemmett 6:29 Among the Living By Kristofor Hellmeister 24:30 Night of the Living by Steve Ramirez Author Feature 27:56 Entangled Lives by Imran Omer
Poems 1:10 Untitled by Syeda Bakhtavar Jaffri 2:25 Koi Fish by Bridgette Kellar 3:17 Death came knocking at my door by J.N. Schildt 5:28 HARD EDGED SUNSHINE by Casey Mensing Short Stories 7:34 The Irish Nagual By Frank Sonderborg 15:12 The Last Day of the Woman Who Forgot Her Name by B. K. Forsyth Author Feature 30:09 Haunted By a Moment by Dora Blume
0:51 Day of the Ficus by Wendy Van Camp 5:05 The Crack By Alex G. Zarate 12:58 Nature’s Pull by Saima A.A 20:19 Author Feature Mothman’s Vengeance byMarilyn Brokaw Hall
0:54 Stolen By Cornelia Fick 6:47 The Man Who Saved the World (Kind Of) by Mark Roman & Corben Duke 20:21 Losing Mom by Ann Author Feature 24:39 Stillbringer by Zile Elliven
Time Stamp Poetry 0:36 The First Song by Philip J Bradbury 3:37 Tethered by Ian Lahey Short Stories 4:41 Hello Beautiful by DM Wolfenden 7:05 Dӓmon Tanze by Christine Lajewski Author Feature 27:16 En (Girl, the Pendant & the Portal) by Michelle Reynoso (Author) @MichelleReynoso
As per request I'm going to ramble and tell you all my favorite books!
Poems 0:35 Untitled by Zaki Ansari 4:45 Amber Sunset (In the nick of time) by Zachary Block Short Stories 7:30 The Last Grouse by Zachary Block 13:10 Creation Myth by ReddiShadow Author Feature 17:27 The Fantastic Adventures of Oliver Phenomena: Oliver and the Guardian Angel By Andy Klein
Episode 38: I'm back!!!

Episode 38: I'm back!!!


Episode Time Stamp Poems 1:51 Stranger by Joshua Kitchens 10:18 Journey by Megan McCaffrey Twitter: @dreamslingeron 11:48 The Four Trimesters: Poems Highlighting the Joys of Motherhood by Rebecca Hendrickson Short Stories 16:18 The Legend of the Angel at Aznavure/ The Legend of Sproog from the “Retro Space Digest 2589”, by Eagle Monsoon. 26:09 Birthday Cake By Aaron Lee "Hallucinations: 10 tales of the Supernatural." Author Feature 38:00 The Fall of Phoenix by Daniel Kelly
Many people dream of being at work or school only to realize that they are naked. For university student Danielle Keaton, this dream is about to become her reality. Facing the consequences of a severe lack of judgement, she is forced to make a choice: either give up her scholarships and her plan for graduating from college debt-free, or volunteer to be the test subject in a unique sociological study that will leave her naked and vulnerable to the entire university and eventually the world.
After Alliance bombings, Swooning Moon is in ruins. Only the megalopolis Capitol survives under its blue dome. Among thousands of broken-down amusement parks, dragon catchers raid the air, and gangs of youth, 'wing walkers', look for magical items to sell for a few coins. Eighteen-year-old Cassie just joined the scavengers. Heartbroken after losing her best friend in an accident, she can focus on one thing only: dragons can alter reality. All she needs is a sage dragon...Singing at the dragon opera, she has seen first hand what sages can do. The wilderness is harsh, but she finds an ally in Jay Tachebana, the son of the most affluent mobster, who flies around in samurai attire in his father’s billion-dollar racer craft, finding dragons for rich buyers. Cassie has never felt more conflicted about anyone in her life than this dragon catcher with the kindest eyes in the world. At the opera, dragons are treated wonderfully well—is this what it’s like behind the scenes? The Dragauria marshlands emanate original magic from the times before the planet was terraformed, and things are not always what they seem. The only thing keeping her from losing herself entirely in her sorrow and the ancient magic is Jay’s patience. In search of the oldest dragons, Cassie and Jay venture deep into uncharted grounds and discover there’s a good reason for the spells enclosing the planet's magical core under a shield...because underneath, something is awakening.
When the unidentified body of a man bearing a brand under his designer business suit turns up in a Los Angeles alley, LAPD Detective Verity Thrett suspects it’s no accidental death. Much to her annoyance, the case also attracts the attention of a brash new transfer, Detective Finbar McNab, who’ll stop at nothing to get his derailed career back on track. As they spar over the investigation, they zero in on a lurid and lucrative underground lifestyle that leads to a long forgotten murder. Today I have a guest reading with me! Yes, in the same room. Enjoy! If you listen all way to the end you'll get to hear some funny things.
When an old woman is asked to tell the story of her life, she tells an intense and poignant tale about growing up in and surviving a warring suburban family during the 1950s and '60s. Written as a memoir, each chapter describes a particular incident in Lucia's life which shows the constant struggle between her parents and the perverse effect it has on her and her family. From her complicated and unwanted birth, to her witnessing a suicide at age 3, to her stint as a runaway at age 14, the story progresses to the final crisis where as a young woman she is turned out of her house and banished from her family forever.
What is a single life worth? In our modern world, where wars are on the cusp of igniting at a moment’s notice, new diseases ravage entire populations, and hidden atrocities erase the lives of thousands, what can the death of a single person mean? It can mean the tenuous line between peace and destruction. 17:18 Some writing Advice
Let's mix it up and go back in time!
Description on amazon: In the Kingdom of Durundal, a young man lies buried in the snow - is he dead? Is he alive? No one knows for sure, nor cares. Close by, in the darkest depths of Break Pass Ridge Mine, lives Segan Hezekiah, self appointed King of the Mountain. With a lust for power and an insatiable greed - he rips families apart and forces them to work for him in the grounds of Hezekiah Hall. Prisoners are chained up in the dark tunnels of the mine digging for gold. A terrified girl is locked in a tower awaiting a fate worse than death. But someone is planning a revolt...someone Segan Hezekiah should be extremely fearful of ... a young man left in the snow to die. @Sharon_E_Turner
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Comments (66)

Joe Duncombe

Thanks for reading my poems and happy birthday.

Sep 9th
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Lara Montgomery Mc Kinley

I love the Insanity Poem!!!

Aug 19th
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Eagle Monsoon

Thank you so much, Taylor! Brilliant! Eagle Monsoon

Aug 13th
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Wendy Van Camp

Thank you for reading my flashfiction "Day of the Ficus". I thought the narrator did a great job with the three voices. :)

Jul 26th
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Hunter Wooten

Holy crap I just came across my story! Thanks a bunch for reading it!

Jun 8th
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Rebecca Barrett

Taylor, thank you so much.. I enjoyed your reading of Road's End, and, yes, it is sad in parts. Hope the rest of your audience enjoyed it as well.

Jan 13th
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Your mic is way too loud when you laugh or get emotional

Jan 12th
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S Brown

Thanks for starting this podcast! I drive for a living so i have plenty of time to listen :) subbed!

Nov 12th
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Cameron Brown

Thanks Taylor for reading. I enjoyed hearing my work from another. I also like the idea of he bloopers. I posted this link I hope it helps.

Nov 11th
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Melisa Peterson Lewis

Super cool! Thank you for reading one of my stories. I posted it on my social media, hope you get some good hits! Happy Halloween!

Oct 28th
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Alan Welker

I enjoyed your reading of my work WORSE THAN DEATH. There's no more of a ringing endorsement for a Horror writer than the promise of nightmares.

Oct 1st
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Lexi Villa

Thank you for reading my poem in your podcast :) it was cool to hear someone read it! everyone else is also SO talented!! enjoyed listening to this

Sep 24th
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Catherine Taylor

Great to hear my poem read. Thank you for including me on your show

Sep 23rd
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IV Olokita Author

Tnx for the lovly reading of my short story. It was a great show. you can find me On FB: @iv.books

Sep 23rd
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Jimmy Dean

Taylor , another great cast, I do enjoy your readings. Please keep up the good work.

Sep 18th
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Adam Latham

Oh, and thank you for including my Gown Of Spring poem in your podcast too! :))

Sep 17th
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Adam Latham

Hi Taylor. Thank you so much for including my poem in your podcast. I really enjoyed it! :) I enjoy listening to your podcast generally, you're doing a great job. :)

Sep 17th
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Anisa Masood

hi thank you very much Miss Taylor. You narrated it so well. In depth. I really enjoyed it. stay blessed.Amen

Jul 29th
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Barbara Duarte Esgalhado

Thank you, Taylor. I enjoyed the wide range of poetry you read. And thank you for including mine!

Jul 28th
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Mahendra Waghela

it was fun to hear my story in your voice. thank u.

Jul 24th
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