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    Free Harry Potter audiobook recordings for chemo sessions

    Hi everyone. I lost my brother in law last year to cancer. While he was going through chemo, I started recording the Harry Potter books for him so he'd have a friendly voice to listen to during his chemo sessions. I'm still working on them, and it will probably be a while before I have all 7 done...but if anybody would like access to them for yourself or a loved one going through chemo, I'd be happy to share the link. I have books 1 and 2 done now and have promised my sister book 3 by Christmas.

    The quality is not professional, but it's pretty good. I do all the voices, and I have a really good time doing it. They are 100% free and I do them for the joy of doing them, but I figure I should share the joy with others. Hopefully they'll make someone's journey easier.

    If you'd like me to share them with you, please send me a message with your email address, and I'll share the dropbox link with you.

    God bless you all and never lose hope in your battle. Try to find joy every day.

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    What a wonderful way to show care, support and comfort!


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