Posts Tagged ‘audio books’


I am incredibly pleased and excited to share the news that you can now listen to Thimbles and Thistles on Audible or Amazon!

John Martin Byrne did a wonderful job bringing the characters to life as the narrator – including an incredible Scottish burr for Ian MacGregor!

Here is a little sample:

Thimbles and Thistles


Thimbles and Thistles CoverStubborn, mule-headed, independent woman!

She’d take that as a compliment…

Maggie Dalton has no need for a man in her life. Widowed more than ten years, she’s built a successful business and managed quite well on her own in the bustling town of Baker City, Oregon. Aggravated by her inability to block thoughts of the handsome lumber mill owner from her mind, she renews her determination to resist his attempts at friendship.

Full of Scottish charm and mischief, Ian MacGregor could claim any available woman in Baker City as his own, except the enchanting dress shop owner who continues to ignore him. Not one to give up on what he wants, Ian vows to win Maggie’s heart or leave the town he’s come to love.

You can also find the book for Kindle or in paperback form on Amazon.


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I’m super excited to announce Crumpets and Cowpies is now available in audio format!


You can find it on Audible or through Amazon – and it’s only $3.47 today! How cool is that!

The incredibly talented John Martin Byrne narrated the story and he absolutely brings the characters to life – even little Lily.

Here is a little audio sample to get your started…

Audio Sampler


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As I’m gearing up to work on this little story:

Ilsa coverI thought I’d check in with all of you and get your opinions on your favorite characters from

Aundy Coverand

Caterina coverI’d love to hear who you liked the best and why.

Or what character you didn’t like at all.

And as a little bonus today, you can listen to this preview from Aundy’s audio book, narrated by the super-talented Don Sobczak.

Aundy Audio Sample

Don does a fabulous job with all of the characters, but ol’ Marvin Tooley is one of my favorites!

If you haven’t checked out the audio version, yet, you can find it on Amazon or Audible!



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After asking you all to share your thoughts on Audio Books a few weeks ago, I wanted to give you an update.

As of this morning, two of my books are currently in production to become Audio Books.

I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am about this.

Aundy Cover

Aundy is being narrated by Don Sobczak. He has a great sense of humor and a wonderful, rich voice. I can’t wait for you to hear him bring the characters of this story to life.

The-Christmas-CowboybnThe Christmas Cowboy is being narrated by Luke E. Andreen. He’s got a warm, smooth baritone that immediately made me think of Tate.

When the books are available in audio format, I’ll be sure to let you know!

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For those of you who have been asking… I’m working on getting at least one book available in audio form! I figure after a trial run, I’ll work out the kinks and get started on making the rest of them available.

So I’m looking for some feedback, input, suggestions and ideas today…

If you’re an author and you’ve done an audiobook – what tips can you share?  Any thing you’d definitely do or stay away from?

If you are a big audio book fan – I’d love some info from you, too?

What type of voice do you like to listen to? Male or female?

If male – what type of voice appeals to you? Deep? Rugged? Smooth?

Do you like music or other sounds in the background or just the book being read?

Please share any and all thoughts about your likes and dislikes of audio books. I’m really in the research and development stage and your input will be a huge help!

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