Here’s a sample of Brandon Potter reading the narrative. Wait until you hear him do the Middle Eastern voices…
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I think Brandon Potter and Spoke Media did an excellent job, especially on the Middle Eastern accents.
Travel with Rina from Morehead City, NC, to Perugia, Italy, where bodies begin to drop, and Rina has no idea who is friend and who foe. Follow Tony to Perugia and then to Jordan and Israel as Israel prepares to defend itself against Hamas rockets. Meet terrorists and good guys, friends and foes.
Grab a copy of the full audiobook for yourself. Go SHOPPING at the Sleepy Creek Press Store (it will be available with other vendors soon) and experience the excitement.
I listen to audiobooks while I’m cooking and cleaning, driving and walking, and especially while I’m on the elliptical, trying to keep this aging body in shape. I don’t know about you, but I don’t have as much time as I’d like to sit with a book in my lap, but I can justify “reading” with a narrator because I’m being so productive.
Y’all have seen this before, back in 2014, when Sailing out of Darkness finaled in the Maggie. Even if Heavy Weather doesn’t win, I consider it a huge honor to be short-listed with WFWA (Women’s Fiction Writers Association) girlfriend, Barbara Claypole White and her delicious book, The Perfect Son.
This is a happy year for my book baby — remember the Colorado Award of Excellence final earlier in the year?
From the author of Two from Isaac’s House comes the story behind the story.
Sixteen years after terrorists target Meira, she and her husband face their toughest task yet: telling their boy the truth.
Tony Rasad has spent most of his young life in Lebanon, the Arab-American son of a university professor. Beirut’s where he ought to be now, running around, playing on the beach with his best friend. Instead, he’s stuck at this lake house in upstate New York, preparing to go to a prep school he’s certain to hate.
He’s about to learn a secret that will change everything. His parents, the liars, have been living under a cover so deep they never even told their only son who he actually is.
Exposing their lies could cost them everything, including him.
Do you remember that Heavy Weather was a finalist in the Colorado RWA’s Award of Excellence Contest for Mainstream Fiction with Strong Romantic Elements? I adore anything that validates my work, my words.
Guess what? Today I learned that the cover of Two from Isaac’s House won the cover contest for Romantic Suspense. Congratulations to Jenny from Seedlings Design Studio for bringing my idea to fruition and giving the book such a gorgeous face.
I enjoy a membership in ALLi–Alliance of Independent Authors–where I find great marketing tools, excellent advice, and, best of all, camaraderie among indie writers of all sorts, from various parts of the globe. And if we’re going to write for a global audience, don’t you think that’s an excellent idea?
If you’re interested in the organization and what it can offer you, you may want to hop over to the website and check out the Indie Fringe online conference coming up in ten days.
Ever feel that little snake of jealousy slither into your consciousness? I think it’s something we all have to deal with again and again and again. Love Laura Drake’s thoughts on what it can do to us–and the power it steals if we let it linger. Visit her at Writers in the Storm.