12 Days of CraftLit – Twelfth Day

  • Heather
  • Bonus Episodes
  • December 25, 2020

Episode Notes


Originally released December 25, 2017
Twelfth Day…

(Find all the days here Thank you Librivox.org.)

William John Locke (20 March 1863 – 15 May 1930)

was a novelist and playwright, born in Cunningsbury St George, Christ Church, Demerara, British Guyana. In 1894 he published his first novel, At the Gate of Samaria, but he did not achieve real success for another decade, with The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne (1905) and The Beloved Vagabond (1906). Chambers Biographical Dictionary wrote of his “long series of novels and plays which with their charmingly written sentimental themes had such a success during his life in both Britain and America… His plays, some of which were dramatised versions of his novels, were all produced with success on the London Stage

A Christmas Mystery: the story of the three wise men (1910)

Read by: Ruth Golding (38:47) http://www.archive.org/download/multilingual_christmas_0912_librivox/09_english_christmasmystery_locke_rg.mp3

Richard Marsh (1857 – 1927)

was the pseudonym of the British author born Richard Bernard Heldmann. A best-selling and prolific author of the Victorian fin de siècle and the early Edwardian period, Marsh’s success rivalled that of contemporary writers of popular fiction such as Marie Corelli. He is best known today for his supernatural thriller The Beetle, which was published in the same year as Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897) and was initially even more popular.

An Old Fashionned Christmas

Read by: Lars Rolander (1942-2016) (39:32)

The old Christmas Carol audio files that can be played on any computer or mp3 player are here: audio, and 190 audio, and 191 audio Read by Glen Halstrom for Librivox

A Christmas Carol*in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens Staves 1-2Stave 3Staves 4-5

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I’m Heather Ordover

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