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Juli wrote on January 10, 2013 on 1:00 pm:
I've been *thoroughly* enjoying your dramatic reading of Charles Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop". You are unbelievably talented, Ms. Nicholson! How you flawlessly juggle all the intricate Dickens' characters in this story just blows me away. I especially love how you portray Ms. Jolly of the Wax Museum. Just wanted to be one of many to tell you how talented you are! I plan on checking out your other works when I am done with this one! Have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Juli (South Carolina, USA)
I've been *thoroughly* enjoying your dramatic reading of Charles Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop". You are unbelievably talented, Ms. Nicholson! How you flawlessly juggle all the intricate Dickens' characters in this story just blows me away. I especially love how you portray Ms. Jolly of the Wax Museum. Just wanted to be one of many to tell you how talented you are! I plan on checking out your other works when I am done with this one! Have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Juli (South Carolina, USA)
Emmett Logan wrote on December 23, 2012 on 12:12 pm:
Ms. Nicholson, you are a genius. I've listened to all of the great narrators - Rosenblat, Muller, Tull, Stechshulte, Strozier - and none of them breaths life into a character the way that you do. I'm relatively new to Librivox but I assume that the rewards for creating freely available recordings of books in the public domain are not monetary. If that's true, then the debt of gratitude we owe you is even higher. Thank you.
Ms. Nicholson, you are a genius. I've listened to all of the great narrators - Rosenblat, Muller, Tull, Stechshulte, Strozier - and none of them breaths life into a character the way that you do. I'm relatively new to Librivox but I assume that the rewards for creating freely available recordings of books in the public domain are not monetary. If that's true, then the debt of gratitude we owe you is even higher. Thank you.
Richard Law wrote on December 5, 2012 on 8:30 pm:
Hey Mil! I'm listening to Barnaby Rudge in my Land Rover on my way to the woods each morning (& on the way home). It makes travelling a pleasure. I'm just amazed how you manage so perfectly to use all those different voices so impeccably. Excellent work, it really brings the novel to life, much better than I could do by reading it to myself. I will definitely be seeking out all the other Librivox recordings you've done.
Hey Mil! I'm listening to Barnaby Rudge in my Land Rover on my way to the woods each morning (& on the way home). It makes travelling a pleasure. I'm just amazed how you manage so perfectly to use all those different voices so impeccably. Excellent work, it really brings the novel to life, much better than I could do by reading it to myself. I will definitely be seeking out all the other Librivox recordings you've done.
Anon wrote on November 27, 2012 on 9:08 pm:
Mil, I stumbled upon your Bleak House on Librivox and I just wanted to thank you. You have a wonderful talent - it's absolutely astounding - and you obviously work conscientiously to ensure you give a faultless performance. All the characters are so fully drawn by your voices that I feel as if I can see them, and your reading has a warmth and rhythmic quality that sets it quite apart. It's nothing short of perfect. Thank you so much for all the hours of enjoyment.
Mil, I stumbled upon your Bleak House on Librivox and I just wanted to thank you. You have a wonderful talent - it's absolutely astounding - and you obviously work conscientiously to ensure you give a faultless performance. All the characters are so fully drawn by your voices that I feel as if I can see them, and your reading has a warmth and rhythmic quality that sets it quite apart. It's nothing short of perfect. Thank you so much for all the hours of enjoyment.
Astrid wrote on November 10, 2012 on 2:47 pm:
I just wanted to thank you for the absolutely delicious reading of Lady Catherine De Bourgh. I am not yet finished--but I couldn't resist looking you up and letting you know how much I admire your performance. I'm very much looking forward to listening to you in The Rivals. I played Mrs. Malaprop back in college, and sadly, am certain that your reading will be vastly superior.
I just wanted to thank you for the absolutely delicious reading of Lady Catherine De Bourgh. I am not yet finished--but I couldn't resist looking you up and letting you know how much I admire your performance. I'm very much looking forward to listening to you in The Rivals. I played Mrs. Malaprop back in college, and sadly, am certain that your reading will be vastly superior.
Margaret wrote on November 5, 2012 on 10:08 am:
I've listened to Mil's Dombey and Sons and Our Mutual Friend, and am downloading Bleak House and The Olde Curiosity Shop at the moment. I can't tell you how much joy I have received from your 'voice' or should I say 'voices'? I still cannot believe that it is you doing the voices of both the child Paul and the Captain, in Dombey and Sons. It is, isn't it? Thank you so very much!
I've listened to Mil's Dombey and Sons and Our Mutual Friend, and am downloading Bleak House and The Olde Curiosity Shop at the moment. I can't tell you how much joy I have received from your 'voice' or should I say 'voices'? I still cannot believe that it is you doing the voices of both the child Paul and the Captain, in Dombey and Sons. It is, isn't it? Thank you so very much!
Jim wrote on October 18, 2012 on 9:11 am:
I feel like I imagine Dickens' devoted readers felt, awaiting the next chapter. So pleased to see you are almost done Little Dorrit. Take all the time you need - all good things come to those who wait! Thank you again for all your marvelous work.
I feel like I imagine Dickens' devoted readers felt, awaiting the next chapter. So pleased to see you are almost done Little Dorrit. Take all the time you need - all good things come to those who wait! Thank you again for all your marvelous work.
A Grateful Anonymous wrote on September 8, 2012 on 8:59 pm:
Looking forward for listening to Little Dorrit. Hope sincerely it's going to appear in November as earlier's been announced. Once again, thank you so much. Love you you could not have imagined how much.
Looking forward for listening to Little Dorrit. Hope sincerely it's going to appear in November as earlier's been announced. Once again, thank you so much. Love you you could not have imagined how much.
Peter Admirand wrote on September 2, 2012 on 5:07 pm:
Mil, I just had a delightful time listening to your reading/performing of a few chapters of The Old Curiosity Shop while walking my dogs on a glorious late summer day. Many thanks for putting your talents to bring joy to so many.
Mil, I just had a delightful time listening to your reading/performing of a few chapters of The Old Curiosity Shop while walking my dogs on a glorious late summer day. Many thanks for putting your talents to bring joy to so many.
Donna Napier wrote on September 2, 2012 on 3:09 pm:
Thank you so much for your generous recording of Bleak House. Wow! I feel so fortunate to have just stumbled upon it out on the Librivox site. I look forward to listening to all of your recordings. I am very grateful for your time and your incredible talent. Thank you!
Thank you so much for your generous recording of Bleak House. Wow! I feel so fortunate to have just stumbled upon it out on the Librivox site. I look forward to listening to all of your recordings. I am very grateful for your time and your incredible talent. Thank you!
Ellen Spear wrote on August 21, 2012 on 7:21 pm:
Hi, Mil. Just playing on the internet when I found your site. Co-incidentally was just looking at an article on Miriam Margolyes, whom I saw perform Dickens' Women recently, and I see you have strong Dickens ties as well. At any rate, hello to you from Wellington, NZ.
Hi, Mil. Just playing on the internet when I found your site. Co-incidentally was just looking at an article on Miriam Margolyes, whom I saw perform Dickens' Women recently, and I see you have strong Dickens ties as well. At any rate, hello to you from Wellington, NZ.
Arlene Stebbins wrote on August 10, 2012 on 11:36 am:
Thank you so much for your wonderful Dickens recordings. I truly appreciate your time, your talent, and your craftsmanship. What a wonderful gift you have given all of us.
Thank you so much for your wonderful Dickens recordings. I truly appreciate your time, your talent, and your craftsmanship. What a wonderful gift you have given all of us.
Larry Vest wrote on July 31, 2012 on 5:27 pm:
I just finish Barnaby Rudge for the second time and loved as much. I have listened to all your readings on Librivox. Bleak House was wonderful and looking forward to Little Dorrit. You and Dickens were made for each other. I really believed he would be pleased. Thank you again for sharing your talent with us. You could read to me my last speeding ticket and make me happy to go pay it.
I just finish Barnaby Rudge for the second time and loved as much. I have listened to all your readings on Librivox. Bleak House was wonderful and looking forward to Little Dorrit. You and Dickens were made for each other. I really believed he would be pleased. Thank you again for sharing your talent with us. You could read to me my last speeding ticket and make me happy to go pay it.
Aged P. wrote on June 18, 2012 on 6:52 am:
Dear Ms. Nicholson, Apart from my wife you are the only woman I have taken to bed - and I do so most nights. I used to love being read to as a child and now I'm almost into my second childhood I have found you and your wonderful readings of my favorite author, the great, Charles Dickens. I read him during the day and listen to a different story at night. Old age is not too bad with people like you to entertain us. You could, no doubt, make a living reading for a living; bless you for doing... Read more
Dear Ms. Nicholson, Apart from my wife you are the only woman I have taken to bed - and I do so most nights. I used to love being read to as a child and now I'm almost into my second childhood I have found you and your wonderful readings of my favorite author, the great, Charles Dickens. I read him during the day and listen to a different story at night. Old age is not too bad with people like you to entertain us. You could, no doubt, make a living reading for a living; bless you for doing it for us, for nothing.
Valentina Stanca wrote on May 25, 2012 on 7:14 pm:
Dear Mrs. Mil Nicholson , I do not have enough words to THANK YOU for the SPLENDID reading you perform! I could stay day and night to listen to your reading and specially classic english literature . Thank you 1,000 times! With respect and admiration, Valentina Stanca
Dear Mrs. Mil Nicholson , I do not have enough words to THANK YOU for the SPLENDID reading you perform! I could stay day and night to listen to your reading and specially classic english literature . Thank you 1,000 times! With respect and admiration, Valentina Stanca
Jim wrote on May 13, 2012 on 3:32 pm:
Thank you again, Mil Nicholson, for your brilliant performance in the reading of Bleak House. Your characterizations, from Esther to the smallest players, are astonishing. I was particularly moved by your treatment of Joe. Thank you again. What's next?
Thank you again, Mil Nicholson, for your brilliant performance in the reading of Bleak House. Your characterizations, from Esther to the smallest players, are astonishing. I was particularly moved by your treatment of Joe. Thank you again. What's next?
Alex wrote on May 12, 2012 on 11:06 am:
Just finished a listening of Nicholas Nickleby and just wanted to say thank you! I most enjoy listening while fishing in my canoe. There is something extra special about listening to Dickens outside. Superbly read, and the wonderful voices kept me abreast of which character was speaking, even when landing fish!
Just finished a listening of Nicholas Nickleby and just wanted to say thank you! I most enjoy listening while fishing in my canoe. There is something extra special about listening to Dickens outside. Superbly read, and the wonderful voices kept me abreast of which character was speaking, even when landing fish!
Frances wrote on May 7, 2012 on 6:02 pm:
Bleak House is one of my favourite books, so imagine my pleasure at discovering your reading! I thought you sounded professional when I first started listening and so you are, actually better than more than a few professional readers. Thank you for your wonderful interpretation of the book and all the voices which sound as I imagine them. You can be sure that I shall be listening to more Dickens.
Bleak House is one of my favourite books, so imagine my pleasure at discovering your reading! I thought you sounded professional when I first started listening and so you are, actually better than more than a few professional readers. Thank you for your wonderful interpretation of the book and all the voices which sound as I imagine them. You can be sure that I shall be listening to more Dickens.
Philip wrote on May 5, 2012 on 2:36 pm:
My wife and I sit together listening to your readings. We have completed Dombey and Son, Nicholas Nickleby and Old Curiosity Shop. Dombey and Son is the book we enjoyed the best--not because we didn't thoroughly enjoy the others, but because of the combination of your voice and Dickens' writing.. I am afraid to explore any other readers for fear that I may judge them severely. Know that your voice brings pleasure to our ears and you feel our hearts with excitement at your renditions of protagonists and antagonists alike.
My wife and I sit together listening to your readings. We have completed Dombey and Son, Nicholas Nickleby and Old Curiosity Shop. Dombey and Son is the book we enjoyed the best--not because we didn't thoroughly enjoy the others, but because of the combination of your voice and Dickens' writing.. I am afraid to explore any other readers for fear that I may judge them severely. Know that your voice brings pleasure to our ears and you feel our hearts with excitement at your renditions of protagonists and antagonists alike.
Boris wrote on April 30, 2012 on 4:27 pm:
Thank you for all those Dickens novels you've kindly recorded. Your voice is amazing!!! Nobody reads Dickens like you!
Thank you for all those Dickens novels you've kindly recorded. Your voice is amazing!!! Nobody reads Dickens like you!