For months and months and months, I’ve been promising an audio version of Not Without My Father. Today, I’m full-to-bursting.
Sometime in the next month,
the audio version of
Not Without My Father
will be available!
Kate Shrewsday is working her mix-and-master magic this week. Once it’s uploaded, Audible will process it, a timeframe no one can predict these days. But SOON.
I read this freaking book OUT LOUD about twenty times. I recorded it ten times.
I lost my religion in expletive-filled tantrums. I scared the neighbors. I awoke from nightmares covered in sweat. My own voice chased me through murky, enclosed spaces and cackled at my inability to master technology.
Kate Shrewsday restored my sanity. She rescued this doomed project from the sewer of my own imaginings, and she helped me turn it into something powerful. She even brewed perfect English tea to coat my throat when my voice croaked and rasped.
saved my life.
I hope you’re as excited about this project as I am. It has extras you won’t find in print. I tell one of my favorite stories that didn’t make it into the book. I even answer reader questions.
Please make your list.
Think about who might enjoy this audio book.
Get ready to share it with them.
The first announcement will come in my e-newsletter. If you aren’t getting it, GO HERE to sign up (and receive four free limited edition postcards for your trouble.) If you’re signed up for my e-newsletter but you aren’t seeing it, please check your spam settings and clear my e-news. Take a stroll through your junk folders and free me.
Please enjoy a sneak listen at the first audio chapter of Not Without My Father: One Woman’s 444-Mile Walk of the Natchez Trace.