Every so often we make an audio version of one of our Decamots. I like to blend in a little music too, and thus we have Talking Decamots. Here are selection for your listening pleasure:
Click here to listen to Serenade for Strings and Strangulations, a cautionary Decamot about underestimating the quiet man. This is the fourth in a series of talking Decamots.
Click here to listen to Modern Times, a Decamot about a young man making his way in a difficult world. This is the first of a series of talking Decamots we hope to bring you over the coming months.
Click here to listen to Diabolical Variations, a Talking Decamot that warns of the dangers of making assumptions.
Click here to listen to Sibling Rivalry, a talking Decamot that begs the question: Just how strained can family relationships become?
Click here to listen to The Perfect Shot, a Decamot about a young woman with a mission.
Click here to listen to The Magic of Theatre, a Talking Decamot about a rather unique debut performance.
Click here to listen to Time Well Spent a short tale about the rapidly changing seasons.
Click here to listen to It's All Relative, a Decamot about a performer at the peek of her career taking a little time out to reflect on her life.
Click here to listen to Holly Goes Lightly, a Decamot in which Holly rediscovers the joy of taking time out from a busy schedule.
Click here to listen to Leif's Motif and join a man on a quest to the West.
Click here to listen to The Apartment Block Evangelist, a talking Decamot about one man's attempts to influence friendship making.Go back