I have always been a hands-on author. I researched my book and I wrote my book. I edited, formatted, and Indie published it. I was beginning to feel like the Little Red Hen!
So working with a collaborator has been a new experience for me. I was lucky enough to find a marvelous narrator named Amy Otteson, and she’s been with me every step of the way to produce this audio book version of Death in Copper Town.
Amy has added new depth and meaning to my story. Just listen to her rendition of the characters of Peg’s grandfather HT and his friend Armor. And what about that very enticing southern drawl of Flint Tanner? East Texas has never sounded so good.
Even if you read the print version on Kindle or got the paperback version of DICT, I think you’ll find a whole new world awaiting you with this audio version.
You can get a free copy of the mystery, with a 30 day free trial of Audible at:
Death in Copper Town.
And with Whispersync for Voice now available, you can switch from phone to tablet to computer to Kindle, and through the magic of technology, your place is saved. Now that is my kind of bookmark!
I hope you enjoy listening to Death in Copper Town. I’d love to hear what you think of it.