Sunday, August 30, 2015
The Air in Spring in Geneva
Audible have just released the audiobook of the Doings of Anton (aka my novella "Spring in Geneva," read by Jesse Einstein, who did the three first Everran books for Audible a couple of years ago.
He is a wonderful narrator - till I heard him read the first few pages of Everran's Bane I never thought I cd. write so well, heh. And he has done it again with "Geneva." Only heard the first scene, but he brings out the sly humour as well as the over-the-top early -19th Century sensibility that I was thinking of for Anton.
AND, nowadays Audible are doing a bit of promoting, too. I have or can get, nine, count 'em, nine free copies of the audio-book for friends, promotion etc.
Three have gone to friends/family - esp. people who had a part in writing "Geneva" - and two I am keeping in reserve, but the other four are up for grabs.
The link to the book on Audible is again, here.
So, if you read this blog, and want to check out the first few pages, there's where to click.
And if you want a free copy, add a comment on this post.
First come first served, as Anton would NOT have said.