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February 2015 Email Newsletter

Virginia Voice is a non-profit audio reading and information service for individuals who are unable to read for themselves because of blindness, low vision or other disabilities. Virginia Voice broadcasts daily an organized program of readings of current printed material, including newspapers, magazines, books, and publications of various organizations.


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Welcome New Volunteers, Ros Bowers, Susie Burtch, Dave Creasy, Susan Rudolph, Scott Walters,  and Hope Jackson

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel written by Deborah Moggach will be broadcast starting Friday, February 27 at 1:00 PM

Current Audio Book Program Schedule

Afternoon Book Hour (Tuesday & Friday, 1-2 p.m.) – we wrap up Not Without Hope, by Nick Schuyler and Jere Longman, on Tuesday and begin The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, by Deborah Maggoch, on Friday, February 27. 
Bookshelf (Monday – Friday, 5-6 p.m.,) – features Divergent, by Veronica Roth, through March 5. Then, tweens and young adults can enjoy Night Hoops, by Carl Deuker, through March 13. Silver Sparrow, by All Henrico Reads feature author Tayari Jones, begins Monday, March 16.
Late Night Book Hour (Monday – Friday, 11 p.m. – Midnight) –  Anne Tyler’s Back When We Were Grownups continues through March 2.  On Tuesday, March 3, enjoy Beautiful Ruins, by Jess Walter, through March 19.
Night Owls (Monday – Saturday, 2-3 a.m.) – Jon Meacham’s An America Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House continues through March 11. Bones are Forever, by Kathy Reichs, begins Thursday, March 12.