4 May 2013
Calico is now available as an audio
book from Audible.com!
Delighted to announce that
my long-time steady seller, Calico,
“a different kind of Western,” is now available as an audiobook,
joining The Butcher's Son, and His Name is John. Five more (The Ninth Man, Aaron's Wait, A World Ago:
A Navy Man's Letters Home, 1954-1956; Short Circuits, a Life in Blogs, and Dreams of a Calico Mouse) are in
You can hear samples from each of those already available by looking
them up on www.audible.com.
Should you know of anyone who regularly listens to audiobooks, or
anyone blind or dyslexic, I would very much appreciate your letting
them know of the availability of these three audiobooks. And, as
comments are always very welcome. (I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Other than being an invaluable asset for the blind and those who have
difficulty reading, audiobooks are ideal for book lovers in situations
where holding a book in one's hands is impractical, like when commuting
or traveling long distances. Listening to a book as opposed to reading
it is a unique experience...especially for an author, hearing his own
words spoken by someone else...and I'm very pleased with the results.
I've also gotten back to work on the next Elliott Smith adventure, Cameron's Eye.
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