Audio Recordings Author Kai Beck Reads Belong By Thomas Slatin Posted on June 7, 2020May 18, 2021 by Thomas Slatin Kai Beck@theKaiBeck(Remix by Jordan Krumbine)BelongSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostAuthor Kai Beck Reads Addicted To A Certain Kind Of Sadness By Thomas Slatin Next PostAuthor Kai Beck Reads It Came Without Warning By Thomas Slatin 25 thoughts on “Author Kai Beck Reads Belong By Thomas Slatin”The recording is so clear and the audio is audio is audible too. I like the wordings of this audio. Weldone. Good job there.Loading...ReplyI remember reading this before and frankly I found it wordy. The audio though is much easier. Perhaps I am not much of a reader but still the audio format is more effective.Loading...ReplyI find that this audio is easy to comprehend. I really feel that the audio is remarkable.Loading...ReplyListening to this is better than reading this. Nice conversion of words into audio recordings. You’re so unique with this.Loading...ReplyGetting ignored when putting up ideas kills once confidence. Thomas, I think you are really lucky having such parents. I prefer this voiceLoading...ReplyCreativity with no motivation is so killing which can turn to be time waster. To be sincere, this audio is a commendable one.Loading...ReplyThe audio format is very effective especially to auditory learners like me. I’d rather listen because the audio is very nice.Loading...ReplyWow, my childhood was full of encouragement even when what I didn’t doesn’t make sense, my parents will always cheer me up saying there is always sense in nonsense. It just requires removing the “non”. An encouraging word goes a long wayLoading...ReplyAwww, that’s a very cute picture, your parents must love you a lot, it looks like they got to capture many moments of your life as a child.Loading...ReplyIts great to hear such an audio accompanied by the photo. Makes more sense.Loading...ReplyWow, my guess is you still have lots of photos of your childhood. While I myself do not have it anymore, for certain reasons that I might not tell here. Happy for you 🙂Loading...ReplyTom, you have a cute childhood photo. I like your hair here. the audio format of this sounds great for me.Loading...ReplyI remember once you said you regret having taken less pics of your childhood. However, at least you do have some.Loading...ReplyKai Beck is a truly gifted reader. I could listen to him read all day!Loading...ReplyThis is some exemplary writing Tom. I always learn something new from you.Loading...ReplyYour style of writing is unique and has an overally amazing flair. I look forward to even more of the same.Loading...ReplyJust listening to this made me appreciate what a good writer Tom is. His use of language is second to none.Loading...ReplyThe feeling of having to change schools every now and then is never pleasant. I had the misfortune of having to go through the same myself.Loading...ReplyI can understand what you mean when you say you hated boarding school. It’s the worst thing anybody can go through.Loading...ReplyThis piece is very reminiscent of my own childhood. Thanks for always sharing such relatable stories.Loading...ReplyI am sorry to hear about all the trauma you went through as a child. It made you stronger in the end.Loading...ReplyA child being ignored and not taken seriously when growing up can do a lot of damage to the child. I felt so sad to hear that you went through so much.Loading...ReplySometimes parents put too much expectations on their child. That is never a good thing in my opinion.Loading...ReplyYou do have a lot of emotional scars. I commend you for being strong through everything. It takes a strong person.Loading...ReplyOften times when were still young, our parent would always ask “what we want to be when we grow up?” But eventually those ideal path we want before will possibly change when we grow up. It will be our choice in the end on what we will become.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Alex Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.