Saturday, December 29, 2012

MEMORIES is Now Available in Audio Book!

Hi all,
Audio Book Cover by Deborah at Tugboat Design

I am so happy to announce that my romance novel MEMORIES is now available on Audio Book through Amazon, and the iTunes store.

I started the project a few months ago when Amazon offered the opportunity through their site Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX). Through ACX, authors can partner with producers to create an audio book. You can have actors/producers audition to read and produce your book or you can go through the list of people available and choose someone to help you create your audio book. Through ACX, I found Andrew Troth to partner with me to produce the audio book. He had the perfect voice for this story and did an excellent job.

Andrew Troth's Bio:

"Narrator Andrew Troth is an actor and entrepreneur who has been active in theatre for 25 years, performing with companies such as The Chameleon Theatre Circle, Theatre in the Round, The Guthrie Theater, and Park Square Theatre. He currently serves on the boards of The Chameleon Theatre Circle and the Minnesota Theater Alliance. Born in Williamsburg, Virginia, Andrew is a graduate of the University of Virginia, and also resided in Massachusetts, Texas, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Florida, Michigan, and Belgium before settling in Minnesota. In 1998, he opened Mind's Eye Comics, a comic book store in Eagan, Minnesota, which he continues to own and operate."

Be sure to drop by the Amazon page to hear a sample of MEMORIES on audio book and enjoy Andrew's fantastic work. And if you enjoy audio books - be sure to download MEMORIES!

Buy MEMORIES Audio Book:


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  1. Deanna, this is too cool. I so want to do this, too!

    1. Hi Ann,

      It's so easy to do. I think you should do it too. :)

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    1. Hi Ann,
      Thanks! I love the new cover too! I'm running through and editing Widow once again and then I'll be publishing it in paperback too. That's why I decided it needed a new cover. :)