“Movement” by Nancy Fulda

Late last year Mur Lafferty, the esteemed writer and host of EscapePod, got sick and lost her voice. She put out a call for help on Twitter to narrate a story on a tight deadline, and I volunteered.  The story is called “Movement”, written by Nancy Fulda, and is a short story about autism in the future.

I love this story. I have a cousin who is autistic, and I found a lot of familiarity in the tone she used to illustrate the differences in perspective and the frustrations of communication.  And I’m not the only one; the story is up for both a Nebula and a Hugo award this year.

Several weeks ago Nancy contacted me and asked me to narrate the story for an audio book version.  I was thrilled; I’d been auditioning for titles through ACX for several months and was it was such a treat to be sought out.

I’m pleased to announce the project is finished and now available at Audible and iTunes, as well as Amazon in both Kindle and hard copy versions.

Enjoy the story, and let me know what you think of my first audio book narration!

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