Starstruck now available in audio!

by | Dec 9, 2015 | News | 0 comments

This project took a lot longer than we expected, but it’s finally here! Starstruck is now available as an audio book and I’m SO excited!! What makes this specially exciting for me is that the narrator is my own daughter, Bethany. This is her very first audio project (one reason the process took so long, as we worked together to figure everything out) but she’s a professional singer and actress, as well as a huge fan of the series, so very well qualified. And the final product is simply stunning! I especially love how she did all the characters’ voices. You can listen to the first five minutes on Amazon's Audible page by clicking the arrow right under the cover picture.

Oh, if you don’t happen to already be an Audible member, you can get Starstruck in audio for FREE by signing up for their free 30-day trial membership! How cool is that?

It’s also available on iTunes: Starstruck at iTunes

Audio books are a great way to pass the time on commutes and long car/train/plane trips, or while doing relatively mindless tasks like housework or gardening. (Probably not a great idea for when you’re supposed to be paying attention in class, though!)

I hope you'll also spread the word to anyone you know who enjoys “reading” with their ears!


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