A number of people have come up to me and said, “I’ve been meaning to read your book, but I just can’t seem to find the time.” Well, thanks to the good folks at Recorded Books, you can now listen to the novel on the way to work.
I’m pleased to announce that A Red Polka Dot In A World Full of Plaid is now available on CD and cassette. And if you’re looking at the price, don’t have a heat attack – the audiobook is slated to be marketed to libraries, not end consumers. I’ll be sure to announce if and when the novel will be available to end consumers for purchase or for rental (1). Or better yet, go to your local library and see if they’ll order the audiobook. Of course, you can also purchase the audiobook yourself. But being that my own mother won’t shell out the bones for the audiobook, it’s probably a little much to ask you guys to do the same.
And as always, thanks to all the readers, writers, friends, family, and fans for all of the support. I wouldn’t have gotten half as far as I have without you guys.
1: Update on 10-11-06 – It looks like you can rent the audiobook from Recorded Books.
Cool–did you get to do the recording?
Hey, are your ears burning? We’re talking about you in my blog comments. 🙂
I meant: did they use your voice?
Now see, I’m always using that excuse “no time, no time.” But I haven’t been able to get into audiobooks. It’s just something about reading it myself…can’t seem to get used to hearing someone elses voice read to me. Guess I’m just old school. LOL
Congratulations! How very cool!