Silken Audiobooks!

Silken Audiobooks

By Mary Jo

Silk and ShadowsNot everyone loves audiobooks, but some of you do, which is why I've been slowly producing audio versions of my older books.  It takes time and it's pricey, but I want people to have my stories available in their preferred format.  (In particular, for those romance lovers with vision issues because my mother benefited for many years from the National Library of the Blind in the days before commercial audiobooks became widely available.)

But indie audiobooks can face distribution glitches, which is why the second and third books of my Silk Trilogy were so slow in becoming widely available.  Now, finally they are, and I have the time to blog about them–and to give away five copies each of these latter audiobooks! 

 

SILK AND SHADOWS, Book 1, became available last September and it features one of my darkest and most compelling heroes as the exotic prince Peregrine comes to London for revenge, and instead finds a love and life beyond anything he'd ever dreamed of. Here's a link to the blog I did at that time.

Here is another link to the page on my website that contains information about the story and a print excerpt. 

    A quote: “Mary Jo Putney is a gifted writer with an intuitive understanding of what makes romances work. I loved Silk and Shadows, couldn’t put it down, and don’t think readers will, either.”
    —Jayne Ann Krentz

SILK AND SECRETS, Book 2, features one of my favorite couples, Lord Ross Carlisle and Silk and SecretsJuliet Cameron.  Married and long estranged, they rediscover each other on the Persian frontier, and together they undertake a dangerous rescue mission to Bokhara.  In the process, they reignite their fierce mutual love, but can they rebuild their marriage?

 Here is the link to my audiobook page with more information about the the story.

    "Silk and Secrets fulfills every dream of your heart, every yearning of your soul, as a pair of memorable lovers find their way back to each other’s arms . . . This remarkable novel of high adventure and unquenchable love is a stunning reading experience, one you will remember and cherish forever.”
    –Romantic Times, 4+ Star review

Veils of SilkVEILS OF SILK, Book 3, features Ian Cameron, a serious contender for my Most Tortured Hero list, in a marriage of convenience story that is equal parts adventure and a challenging romance between two complicated people.  Here's the link to my webpage about the story and the audiobook.

    "Like Laura and Ian, you will be drawn into a dangerous web of intrigue and desire. Ms. Putney has written not only a stunning romance, but a love story that explores her characters’ psychological makeup and how they change through love….A mesmerizing, exotic romance.”
   –Romantic Times, Melinda Helfer

THE GIVEAWAY: as I said above, I am offering five free audiobooks each for Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk.  They are available in the the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia. If you're interested, post a comment by midnight Saturday and tell me which book you'd like if you have a preference.

Happy listening!

Mary Jo

170 thoughts on “Silken Audiobooks!”

  1. I think Veils of Silk was the first book of yours I ever read, Mary Jo — and it blew me away. I still have that edition, and reading it and then your other books made me realize I could set books outside of the UK, as I wanted to, but had been discouraged from doing. So thank you!

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  2. I think Veils of Silk was the first book of yours I ever read, Mary Jo — and it blew me away. I still have that edition, and reading it and then your other books made me realize I could set books outside of the UK, as I wanted to, but had been discouraged from doing. So thank you!

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  3. I think Veils of Silk was the first book of yours I ever read, Mary Jo — and it blew me away. I still have that edition, and reading it and then your other books made me realize I could set books outside of the UK, as I wanted to, but had been discouraged from doing. So thank you!

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  4. I think Veils of Silk was the first book of yours I ever read, Mary Jo — and it blew me away. I still have that edition, and reading it and then your other books made me realize I could set books outside of the UK, as I wanted to, but had been discouraged from doing. So thank you!

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  5. I think Veils of Silk was the first book of yours I ever read, Mary Jo — and it blew me away. I still have that edition, and reading it and then your other books made me realize I could set books outside of the UK, as I wanted to, but had been discouraged from doing. So thank you!

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  6. What a generous offer! My Nanna also used RNIB recorded books for many years – she’s the only other person in my family who read romance. I’m trying more audiobooks at the moment as my health means I spend a lot of time resting (although the library app has a limited HR selection).

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  7. What a generous offer! My Nanna also used RNIB recorded books for many years – she’s the only other person in my family who read romance. I’m trying more audiobooks at the moment as my health means I spend a lot of time resting (although the library app has a limited HR selection).

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  8. What a generous offer! My Nanna also used RNIB recorded books for many years – she’s the only other person in my family who read romance. I’m trying more audiobooks at the moment as my health means I spend a lot of time resting (although the library app has a limited HR selection).

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  9. What a generous offer! My Nanna also used RNIB recorded books for many years – she’s the only other person in my family who read romance. I’m trying more audiobooks at the moment as my health means I spend a lot of time resting (although the library app has a limited HR selection).

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  10. What a generous offer! My Nanna also used RNIB recorded books for many years – she’s the only other person in my family who read romance. I’m trying more audiobooks at the moment as my health means I spend a lot of time resting (although the library app has a limited HR selection).

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  11. My older daughter loves audio books, but they are no help to me. I cheer the fact that the readers who enjoy them have three wonderful books at their fingertips. DO NOT enter me in the drawing, as these books are no help to me.

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  12. My older daughter loves audio books, but they are no help to me. I cheer the fact that the readers who enjoy them have three wonderful books at their fingertips. DO NOT enter me in the drawing, as these books are no help to me.

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  13. My older daughter loves audio books, but they are no help to me. I cheer the fact that the readers who enjoy them have three wonderful books at their fingertips. DO NOT enter me in the drawing, as these books are no help to me.

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  14. My older daughter loves audio books, but they are no help to me. I cheer the fact that the readers who enjoy them have three wonderful books at their fingertips. DO NOT enter me in the drawing, as these books are no help to me.

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  15. My older daughter loves audio books, but they are no help to me. I cheer the fact that the readers who enjoy them have three wonderful books at their fingertips. DO NOT enter me in the drawing, as these books are no help to me.

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  16. I Do like audio books, they give me a chance to enjoy my books while sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try
    VEILS OF SILK

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  17. I Do like audio books, they give me a chance to enjoy my books while sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try
    VEILS OF SILK

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  18. I Do like audio books, they give me a chance to enjoy my books while sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try
    VEILS OF SILK

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  19. I Do like audio books, they give me a chance to enjoy my books while sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try
    VEILS OF SILK

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  20. I Do like audio books, they give me a chance to enjoy my books while sewing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try
    VEILS OF SILK

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  21. I love and regularly re-read all your books, Mary Jo, but Silk and Secrets remains my favorite of yours, especially the hero, Lord Ross Carlisle. It’s also one of my top 5 all-time favorite romances..which are so favorite that I’ve never been able to rank them!

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  22. I love and regularly re-read all your books, Mary Jo, but Silk and Secrets remains my favorite of yours, especially the hero, Lord Ross Carlisle. It’s also one of my top 5 all-time favorite romances..which are so favorite that I’ve never been able to rank them!

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  23. I love and regularly re-read all your books, Mary Jo, but Silk and Secrets remains my favorite of yours, especially the hero, Lord Ross Carlisle. It’s also one of my top 5 all-time favorite romances..which are so favorite that I’ve never been able to rank them!

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  24. I love and regularly re-read all your books, Mary Jo, but Silk and Secrets remains my favorite of yours, especially the hero, Lord Ross Carlisle. It’s also one of my top 5 all-time favorite romances..which are so favorite that I’ve never been able to rank them!

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  25. I love and regularly re-read all your books, Mary Jo, but Silk and Secrets remains my favorite of yours, especially the hero, Lord Ross Carlisle. It’s also one of my top 5 all-time favorite romances..which are so favorite that I’ve never been able to rank them!

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  26. So happy your persistence – and patience – have been rewarded, Mary Jo! For several years, I read for the blind at a radio station located in my state. All the readers were volunteers, and read everything from the grocery ads in the news papers to textbooks. I read fiction, but despite several requests, could not get the station to let me read romances. I am sure there would have been an avid audience! And I would certainly have read Veils of Silk, if my dog-eared copy had held up!

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  27. So happy your persistence – and patience – have been rewarded, Mary Jo! For several years, I read for the blind at a radio station located in my state. All the readers were volunteers, and read everything from the grocery ads in the news papers to textbooks. I read fiction, but despite several requests, could not get the station to let me read romances. I am sure there would have been an avid audience! And I would certainly have read Veils of Silk, if my dog-eared copy had held up!

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  28. So happy your persistence – and patience – have been rewarded, Mary Jo! For several years, I read for the blind at a radio station located in my state. All the readers were volunteers, and read everything from the grocery ads in the news papers to textbooks. I read fiction, but despite several requests, could not get the station to let me read romances. I am sure there would have been an avid audience! And I would certainly have read Veils of Silk, if my dog-eared copy had held up!

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  29. So happy your persistence – and patience – have been rewarded, Mary Jo! For several years, I read for the blind at a radio station located in my state. All the readers were volunteers, and read everything from the grocery ads in the news papers to textbooks. I read fiction, but despite several requests, could not get the station to let me read romances. I am sure there would have been an avid audience! And I would certainly have read Veils of Silk, if my dog-eared copy had held up!

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  30. So happy your persistence – and patience – have been rewarded, Mary Jo! For several years, I read for the blind at a radio station located in my state. All the readers were volunteers, and read everything from the grocery ads in the news papers to textbooks. I read fiction, but despite several requests, could not get the station to let me read romances. I am sure there would have been an avid audience! And I would certainly have read Veils of Silk, if my dog-eared copy had held up!

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  31. I’ve been working through your Rogues Dishonoured audiobooks and have been loving them. There are some remarkably talented narrators/performers out there. I’d love either though Veils of Silk appeals slightly more.

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  32. I’ve been working through your Rogues Dishonoured audiobooks and have been loving them. There are some remarkably talented narrators/performers out there. I’d love either though Veils of Silk appeals slightly more.

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  33. I’ve been working through your Rogues Dishonoured audiobooks and have been loving them. There are some remarkably talented narrators/performers out there. I’d love either though Veils of Silk appeals slightly more.

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  34. I’ve been working through your Rogues Dishonoured audiobooks and have been loving them. There are some remarkably talented narrators/performers out there. I’d love either though Veils of Silk appeals slightly more.

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  35. I’ve been working through your Rogues Dishonoured audiobooks and have been loving them. There are some remarkably talented narrators/performers out there. I’d love either though Veils of Silk appeals slightly more.

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  36. I love audio books, but they are not practical for me as I don’t have a mobile audio device. I still have paper copies of all your books though, for re-reading. the “silk” series is one of my favorites.

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  37. I love audio books, but they are not practical for me as I don’t have a mobile audio device. I still have paper copies of all your books though, for re-reading. the “silk” series is one of my favorites.

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  38. I love audio books, but they are not practical for me as I don’t have a mobile audio device. I still have paper copies of all your books though, for re-reading. the “silk” series is one of my favorites.

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  39. I love audio books, but they are not practical for me as I don’t have a mobile audio device. I still have paper copies of all your books though, for re-reading. the “silk” series is one of my favorites.

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  40. I love audio books, but they are not practical for me as I don’t have a mobile audio device. I still have paper copies of all your books though, for re-reading. the “silk” series is one of my favorites.

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  41. I enjoyed reading this series so am glad it will reach a wider audience. (Don’t enter me in the drawing as I’m not a listener.)

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  42. I enjoyed reading this series so am glad it will reach a wider audience. (Don’t enter me in the drawing as I’m not a listener.)

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  43. I enjoyed reading this series so am glad it will reach a wider audience. (Don’t enter me in the drawing as I’m not a listener.)

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  44. I enjoyed reading this series so am glad it will reach a wider audience. (Don’t enter me in the drawing as I’m not a listener.)

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  45. I enjoyed reading this series so am glad it will reach a wider audience. (Don’t enter me in the drawing as I’m not a listener.)

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  46. I don’t currently listen to audio books so not entering the draw but I remember well when I was a child and my Grandad became blind. He was an avid reader and owned a used book store so it was hard for him. The Canadian Institute for the Blind offered him the first tape machine for audio books on Vancouver Island (this was a loooong time ago!) and that sucker was huge! Unfortunately there were only 5 books on tape at the time in our library so he would make each one last as long as possible, let some time pass with me reading to him after school, and then listening to them all again. Those are great memories for me so thanks for the topic choice! So glad there are so many options now for the visually impaired. It would be horrible to enjoy stories and not be able to participate. Love your books – I am such a fan of historical romance!

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  47. I don’t currently listen to audio books so not entering the draw but I remember well when I was a child and my Grandad became blind. He was an avid reader and owned a used book store so it was hard for him. The Canadian Institute for the Blind offered him the first tape machine for audio books on Vancouver Island (this was a loooong time ago!) and that sucker was huge! Unfortunately there were only 5 books on tape at the time in our library so he would make each one last as long as possible, let some time pass with me reading to him after school, and then listening to them all again. Those are great memories for me so thanks for the topic choice! So glad there are so many options now for the visually impaired. It would be horrible to enjoy stories and not be able to participate. Love your books – I am such a fan of historical romance!

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  48. I don’t currently listen to audio books so not entering the draw but I remember well when I was a child and my Grandad became blind. He was an avid reader and owned a used book store so it was hard for him. The Canadian Institute for the Blind offered him the first tape machine for audio books on Vancouver Island (this was a loooong time ago!) and that sucker was huge! Unfortunately there were only 5 books on tape at the time in our library so he would make each one last as long as possible, let some time pass with me reading to him after school, and then listening to them all again. Those are great memories for me so thanks for the topic choice! So glad there are so many options now for the visually impaired. It would be horrible to enjoy stories and not be able to participate. Love your books – I am such a fan of historical romance!

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  49. I don’t currently listen to audio books so not entering the draw but I remember well when I was a child and my Grandad became blind. He was an avid reader and owned a used book store so it was hard for him. The Canadian Institute for the Blind offered him the first tape machine for audio books on Vancouver Island (this was a loooong time ago!) and that sucker was huge! Unfortunately there were only 5 books on tape at the time in our library so he would make each one last as long as possible, let some time pass with me reading to him after school, and then listening to them all again. Those are great memories for me so thanks for the topic choice! So glad there are so many options now for the visually impaired. It would be horrible to enjoy stories and not be able to participate. Love your books – I am such a fan of historical romance!

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  50. I don’t currently listen to audio books so not entering the draw but I remember well when I was a child and my Grandad became blind. He was an avid reader and owned a used book store so it was hard for him. The Canadian Institute for the Blind offered him the first tape machine for audio books on Vancouver Island (this was a loooong time ago!) and that sucker was huge! Unfortunately there were only 5 books on tape at the time in our library so he would make each one last as long as possible, let some time pass with me reading to him after school, and then listening to them all again. Those are great memories for me so thanks for the topic choice! So glad there are so many options now for the visually impaired. It would be horrible to enjoy stories and not be able to participate. Love your books – I am such a fan of historical romance!

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  51. I love audiobooks for my car time. I would love to win one of your historical romance books. Thanks for offering!

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  52. I love audiobooks for my car time. I would love to win one of your historical romance books. Thanks for offering!

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  53. I love audiobooks for my car time. I would love to win one of your historical romance books. Thanks for offering!

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  54. I love audiobooks for my car time. I would love to win one of your historical romance books. Thanks for offering!

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  55. I love audiobooks for my car time. I would love to win one of your historical romance books. Thanks for offering!

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  56. I adore both these books, so either is fine, but I’ll say Veils of Silk to put one name in this post. Here’s a piece of trivia for you, Mary Jo–your covers for the original printings of these books are highly popular among Instagram histrom readers, as they love showing the stepbacks in a feature called #stepbacksaturday (you post the stepback on Saturday with the hashtag, folks guess what book it is, you reveal the answer and cover on Sunday). They have such gorgeous stepbacks, and seeing younger readers discover them is a true treat!

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  57. I adore both these books, so either is fine, but I’ll say Veils of Silk to put one name in this post. Here’s a piece of trivia for you, Mary Jo–your covers for the original printings of these books are highly popular among Instagram histrom readers, as they love showing the stepbacks in a feature called #stepbacksaturday (you post the stepback on Saturday with the hashtag, folks guess what book it is, you reveal the answer and cover on Sunday). They have such gorgeous stepbacks, and seeing younger readers discover them is a true treat!

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  58. I adore both these books, so either is fine, but I’ll say Veils of Silk to put one name in this post. Here’s a piece of trivia for you, Mary Jo–your covers for the original printings of these books are highly popular among Instagram histrom readers, as they love showing the stepbacks in a feature called #stepbacksaturday (you post the stepback on Saturday with the hashtag, folks guess what book it is, you reveal the answer and cover on Sunday). They have such gorgeous stepbacks, and seeing younger readers discover them is a true treat!

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  59. I adore both these books, so either is fine, but I’ll say Veils of Silk to put one name in this post. Here’s a piece of trivia for you, Mary Jo–your covers for the original printings of these books are highly popular among Instagram histrom readers, as they love showing the stepbacks in a feature called #stepbacksaturday (you post the stepback on Saturday with the hashtag, folks guess what book it is, you reveal the answer and cover on Sunday). They have such gorgeous stepbacks, and seeing younger readers discover them is a true treat!

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  60. I adore both these books, so either is fine, but I’ll say Veils of Silk to put one name in this post. Here’s a piece of trivia for you, Mary Jo–your covers for the original printings of these books are highly popular among Instagram histrom readers, as they love showing the stepbacks in a feature called #stepbacksaturday (you post the stepback on Saturday with the hashtag, folks guess what book it is, you reveal the answer and cover on Sunday). They have such gorgeous stepbacks, and seeing younger readers discover them is a true treat!

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  61. I actually love audio books but don’t get to listen to them as often as I used to. When I was still working, I had a bit over an hour’s drive, one way, so audio books were my entertainment of choice. Some were okay and some were spectacular depending on the narrator. I’m always excited to see favorite authors release audio books 😉

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  62. I actually love audio books but don’t get to listen to them as often as I used to. When I was still working, I had a bit over an hour’s drive, one way, so audio books were my entertainment of choice. Some were okay and some were spectacular depending on the narrator. I’m always excited to see favorite authors release audio books 😉

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  63. I actually love audio books but don’t get to listen to them as often as I used to. When I was still working, I had a bit over an hour’s drive, one way, so audio books were my entertainment of choice. Some were okay and some were spectacular depending on the narrator. I’m always excited to see favorite authors release audio books 😉

    Reply
  64. I actually love audio books but don’t get to listen to them as often as I used to. When I was still working, I had a bit over an hour’s drive, one way, so audio books were my entertainment of choice. Some were okay and some were spectacular depending on the narrator. I’m always excited to see favorite authors release audio books 😉

    Reply
  65. I actually love audio books but don’t get to listen to them as often as I used to. When I was still working, I had a bit over an hour’s drive, one way, so audio books were my entertainment of choice. Some were okay and some were spectacular depending on the narrator. I’m always excited to see favorite authors release audio books 😉

    Reply
  66. I am not an audio book listener, but my father became an avid consumer of audio books after getting macular degeneration. He also got his books(back then they were on cassette tapes!) from the National Library for the Blind, a wonderful and free service. Every month they would send a catalog, and he and I had a ritual of going through it together. I would read the book descriptions and then he would tell me which ones to order for him. It’s a great memory I have of him, we shared a love of books.

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  67. I am not an audio book listener, but my father became an avid consumer of audio books after getting macular degeneration. He also got his books(back then they were on cassette tapes!) from the National Library for the Blind, a wonderful and free service. Every month they would send a catalog, and he and I had a ritual of going through it together. I would read the book descriptions and then he would tell me which ones to order for him. It’s a great memory I have of him, we shared a love of books.

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  68. I am not an audio book listener, but my father became an avid consumer of audio books after getting macular degeneration. He also got his books(back then they were on cassette tapes!) from the National Library for the Blind, a wonderful and free service. Every month they would send a catalog, and he and I had a ritual of going through it together. I would read the book descriptions and then he would tell me which ones to order for him. It’s a great memory I have of him, we shared a love of books.

    Reply
  69. I am not an audio book listener, but my father became an avid consumer of audio books after getting macular degeneration. He also got his books(back then they were on cassette tapes!) from the National Library for the Blind, a wonderful and free service. Every month they would send a catalog, and he and I had a ritual of going through it together. I would read the book descriptions and then he would tell me which ones to order for him. It’s a great memory I have of him, we shared a love of books.

    Reply
  70. I am not an audio book listener, but my father became an avid consumer of audio books after getting macular degeneration. He also got his books(back then they were on cassette tapes!) from the National Library for the Blind, a wonderful and free service. Every month they would send a catalog, and he and I had a ritual of going through it together. I would read the book descriptions and then he would tell me which ones to order for him. It’s a great memory I have of him, we shared a love of books.

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  71. Mary Jo, I now have all of your available audios and for several stories that are only available as e-books I have made my own using computer voices. Even before my reading vision deteriorated I enjoyed audio books, both for the hands free use and for some of the brilliant voice actors available. For me the best narrators can add a new dimension to reading enjoyment. Thank you very much for converting some of your older books … the silk trilogy is an all time favourite …. your efforts are much appreciated!

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  72. Mary Jo, I now have all of your available audios and for several stories that are only available as e-books I have made my own using computer voices. Even before my reading vision deteriorated I enjoyed audio books, both for the hands free use and for some of the brilliant voice actors available. For me the best narrators can add a new dimension to reading enjoyment. Thank you very much for converting some of your older books … the silk trilogy is an all time favourite …. your efforts are much appreciated!

    Reply
  73. Mary Jo, I now have all of your available audios and for several stories that are only available as e-books I have made my own using computer voices. Even before my reading vision deteriorated I enjoyed audio books, both for the hands free use and for some of the brilliant voice actors available. For me the best narrators can add a new dimension to reading enjoyment. Thank you very much for converting some of your older books … the silk trilogy is an all time favourite …. your efforts are much appreciated!

    Reply
  74. Mary Jo, I now have all of your available audios and for several stories that are only available as e-books I have made my own using computer voices. Even before my reading vision deteriorated I enjoyed audio books, both for the hands free use and for some of the brilliant voice actors available. For me the best narrators can add a new dimension to reading enjoyment. Thank you very much for converting some of your older books … the silk trilogy is an all time favourite …. your efforts are much appreciated!

    Reply
  75. Mary Jo, I now have all of your available audios and for several stories that are only available as e-books I have made my own using computer voices. Even before my reading vision deteriorated I enjoyed audio books, both for the hands free use and for some of the brilliant voice actors available. For me the best narrators can add a new dimension to reading enjoyment. Thank you very much for converting some of your older books … the silk trilogy is an all time favourite …. your efforts are much appreciated!

    Reply
  76. Faith, I freely admit to being in love with Ross myself. *G* He was brave, brilliant, kind, forgiving–and only fully alive with Juliet.
    Personally, I no more want to rank books than I want to rank friends: each is unique and special.

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  77. Faith, I freely admit to being in love with Ross myself. *G* He was brave, brilliant, kind, forgiving–and only fully alive with Juliet.
    Personally, I no more want to rank books than I want to rank friends: each is unique and special.

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  78. Faith, I freely admit to being in love with Ross myself. *G* He was brave, brilliant, kind, forgiving–and only fully alive with Juliet.
    Personally, I no more want to rank books than I want to rank friends: each is unique and special.

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  79. Faith, I freely admit to being in love with Ross myself. *G* He was brave, brilliant, kind, forgiving–and only fully alive with Juliet.
    Personally, I no more want to rank books than I want to rank friends: each is unique and special.

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  80. Faith, I freely admit to being in love with Ross myself. *G* He was brave, brilliant, kind, forgiving–and only fully alive with Juliet.
    Personally, I no more want to rank books than I want to rank friends: each is unique and special.

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  81. Shelagh–a great narrator really adds to a book, and poor one detracts. A lot of the top pros are trained actors with a gift for narration. I love what Siobhan Waring does for my stories.

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  82. Shelagh–a great narrator really adds to a book, and poor one detracts. A lot of the top pros are trained actors with a gift for narration. I love what Siobhan Waring does for my stories.

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  83. Shelagh–a great narrator really adds to a book, and poor one detracts. A lot of the top pros are trained actors with a gift for narration. I love what Siobhan Waring does for my stories.

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  84. Shelagh–a great narrator really adds to a book, and poor one detracts. A lot of the top pros are trained actors with a gift for narration. I love what Siobhan Waring does for my stories.

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  85. Shelagh–a great narrator really adds to a book, and poor one detracts. A lot of the top pros are trained actors with a gift for narration. I love what Siobhan Waring does for my stories.

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  86. ML, I’m not on Instagram, so thanks for telling me about this! Yes, those stepbacks were brilliant-I have prints of Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk hanging in my house. I think Pino used the same male model, who was gorgeous and mature looking, not a kid. Yum!

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  87. ML, I’m not on Instagram, so thanks for telling me about this! Yes, those stepbacks were brilliant-I have prints of Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk hanging in my house. I think Pino used the same male model, who was gorgeous and mature looking, not a kid. Yum!

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  88. ML, I’m not on Instagram, so thanks for telling me about this! Yes, those stepbacks were brilliant-I have prints of Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk hanging in my house. I think Pino used the same male model, who was gorgeous and mature looking, not a kid. Yum!

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  89. ML, I’m not on Instagram, so thanks for telling me about this! Yes, those stepbacks were brilliant-I have prints of Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk hanging in my house. I think Pino used the same male model, who was gorgeous and mature looking, not a kid. Yum!

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  90. ML, I’m not on Instagram, so thanks for telling me about this! Yes, those stepbacks were brilliant-I have prints of Silk and Secrets and Veils of Silk hanging in my house. I think Pino used the same male model, who was gorgeous and mature looking, not a kid. Yum!

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  91. Quantum, I like knowing that the audiobooks are appreciated! Coming in the next several months: audio edition of my YA historical fantasy series, with teen mages traveling from the Regency to WWII to help Britain survive!

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  92. Quantum, I like knowing that the audiobooks are appreciated! Coming in the next several months: audio edition of my YA historical fantasy series, with teen mages traveling from the Regency to WWII to help Britain survive!

    Reply
  93. Quantum, I like knowing that the audiobooks are appreciated! Coming in the next several months: audio edition of my YA historical fantasy series, with teen mages traveling from the Regency to WWII to help Britain survive!

    Reply
  94. Quantum, I like knowing that the audiobooks are appreciated! Coming in the next several months: audio edition of my YA historical fantasy series, with teen mages traveling from the Regency to WWII to help Britain survive!

    Reply
  95. Quantum, I like knowing that the audiobooks are appreciated! Coming in the next several months: audio edition of my YA historical fantasy series, with teen mages traveling from the Regency to WWII to help Britain survive!

    Reply
  96. I truly love your audiobooks, Mary Jo! I remember reading many of them in books 15-20 years ago. Siobhan Waring gives new life and depth to your beloved characters. Thank you very much for taking the time and expense to produce these. I rely 100% on audiobooks to satisfy my craving for a good historical romance. Thankfully, I get to enjoy your audiobooks as you have over 30 of them published. Book hugs!

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  97. I truly love your audiobooks, Mary Jo! I remember reading many of them in books 15-20 years ago. Siobhan Waring gives new life and depth to your beloved characters. Thank you very much for taking the time and expense to produce these. I rely 100% on audiobooks to satisfy my craving for a good historical romance. Thankfully, I get to enjoy your audiobooks as you have over 30 of them published. Book hugs!

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  98. I truly love your audiobooks, Mary Jo! I remember reading many of them in books 15-20 years ago. Siobhan Waring gives new life and depth to your beloved characters. Thank you very much for taking the time and expense to produce these. I rely 100% on audiobooks to satisfy my craving for a good historical romance. Thankfully, I get to enjoy your audiobooks as you have over 30 of them published. Book hugs!

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  99. I truly love your audiobooks, Mary Jo! I remember reading many of them in books 15-20 years ago. Siobhan Waring gives new life and depth to your beloved characters. Thank you very much for taking the time and expense to produce these. I rely 100% on audiobooks to satisfy my craving for a good historical romance. Thankfully, I get to enjoy your audiobooks as you have over 30 of them published. Book hugs!

    Reply
  100. I truly love your audiobooks, Mary Jo! I remember reading many of them in books 15-20 years ago. Siobhan Waring gives new life and depth to your beloved characters. Thank you very much for taking the time and expense to produce these. I rely 100% on audiobooks to satisfy my craving for a good historical romance. Thankfully, I get to enjoy your audiobooks as you have over 30 of them published. Book hugs!

    Reply

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