Audible members may have noticed that there’s a feature running on the Audible website at the moment: THE BEST BOOK I EVER NARRATED. Tons of Audible’s hard working narrators took time to record a short audio or video clip talking about books they’ve loved. If you haven’t seen it, go check it out! But before . . .
Because I loved this book so much, I’m giving away a downloadable copy, which will come to the winner as a gift from my Audible account. Read more about this book in my previous post, but to enter, just make a comment below and tell me what brings you joy! I will choose the winner . . .
Available now from Hyperion at Audible. From the Author: “Drawing on some of my personal experiences, THOSE WE LOVE MOST explores the ways in which a close-knit family is broken and made whole again after one pivotal moment results in the ultimate tragedy. On a warm June day, Maura Corrigan is walking with her nine-year-old son, James, . . .
To celebrate the holidays, I am holding a really big giveaway of some of my favorite recent titles, PLUS you get to pick one, too! The books I’m giving away, in CD version are: Zoobiquity by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers from Random House Audio You Are the Love of My Life by Susan Richards . . .
This is it, friends! Though I’ll always be giving away my audiobooks on this blog, I thought I’d try something different for the end of the month. Today I’m giving away a download from Audible.com – you just have to be an Audible member (which is free). You are welcome to any One Credit book . . .
I worked with Nikki as my director for my first book at Audible’s studios in Newark, NJ earlier this year. She was a consummate professional and an impressive young woman, but also, quite funny (as you’ll see). KW: What is your job title and what are your responsibilities? NB: I am a freelance Audio Engineer . . .
Available now from Audible.com. From the Publisher: “From New York Times best-selling author Michael Prescott comes Riptide, a powerful new novel of psychological suspense. Jennifer Silence reads between the lines. A psycholinguistic analyst, she studies documents written by murderers, teasing out hidden clues. But nothing in her life has prepared her for the document that is now in her . . .
Today is the first day of JUNE IS AUDIOBOOK MONTH 2012 (aka JIAM2012) and I’ll be kicking off with the first of my “Behind the Scenes” interviews with women who each play a vital role in sheparding an audiobook into final form — from page to your ears. Although I’ve performed a few roles besides that . . .