Hear ye, hear ye! . . . Again!

Seven and a half years with my books being only ink on the page or pixels on the screen, and now I have two audiobooks landing atop one another. πŸ˜€

Remember me mentioning that giant deal Book View Cafe signed with Audible? Well, now you can listen to Lies and Prophecy, too! Different narrator than A Natural History of Dragons (and by the way, I’ve listened to the sample for that one now, and it’s fabulous), and it’s likely that my other project will get yet a different reader — especially since the pov in that one is male.

Did I mention that I have a third project with them? No? Well, you’ll just have to wait and see what that one is. πŸ™‚

I do, by the way, still have plans for a print edition of Lies and Prophecy. I’m dependent on the assistance of others for that, though, so it will have to wait for a moment when somebody can spare the time and energy to help. In the meanwhile, the ebook isn’t going away. πŸ™‚

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2 Responses to “Hear ye, hear ye! . . . Again!”

  1. Anonymous

    Narrator

    I have to say that Kate Reading was an inspired choice for Natural History. She’s one of my favorite audiobook narrators, and she is especially good at the Victorian setting. Though she is also very versatile – she does a spectacular job with The Host, a hilarious job with Bellwether, and a terrific Pride and Prejudice.

    • Marie Brennan

      Re: Narrator

      She’s done a splendid job, yeah! Not something I had control over, but whoever picked her was absolutely right.

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