Edgar Allan Poe is a hometown fella for me as a Baltimore native. I have a deep engaging baritone voice and always looking for something to read to showcase my talent, hopefully leading to a new gig. Here is my… Read More »The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe Narrated by Jon Wilkins
Another FREE short story from the vault. The Yellow Wallpaper is a classic. Does it sound strange that I am narrating a female author writing a journal for a female character? I like the story but not sure if it… Read More »The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Narrated by Silky Wilky
I’ve got a Fiverr Profile, JonWilkins303, that allows me to get the word our for small to large gigs. I never work for $5 and so far my average sale is $133. The problem is that sellers need to promote… Read More »Fiverr Gigs Available or Order Direct – What’s the Difference?
Cuckoo for Short Stories While going though the Top 10 Short Stories in Public Domain, Beyond the Door came up on list. This is an interesting short tale of cuckoo proportions. Let me know what you think below. [socialpoll id=”2459022″]… Read More »How Do You Feel About Cuckoo Clocks? Ask Phillip K Dick
George Orwell has a lot to say about how other write in New English. This is fun as current writing now in 2017 is most likely 61 years worse. It would be nice to get a follow up but that’s… Read More »If Orwell Could See Us Now! Politics and The English Language Way Back in 1946
[socialpoll id=”2456242″] When I was a kid I went to sleep away camp in North Carolina. This was a great place to develop young men into great men with a track record for a top notch staff and motivated campers.… Read More »Aesop’s Fables Teach Values and I Will Help You Communicate a Lesson