I feel great when my books are released to the public. Sure, it’s a bit nerve-wracking to send my fledgling child of a manuscript into the hands of complete strangers, but it’s also delightful and invigorating. What could be better than that?
Well, it’s an even greater thrill when my stories become e-books, because they suddenly become accessible to a whole new audience. Knowing that people who love the printed page and people who love e-reader technology can both access what I write is a great feeling.
Imagine my excitement when I found out several months ago that a large print edition of my first book, The Detective and The Woman: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes was going to be printed for those with visual challenges. I was thrilled that yet another audience would have access to my work, an audience that has access to a limited number of printed books.
Today put the icing on the already-quite-tasty cake when I was notified that The Detective and The Woman has become an audiobook. Now my stories are accessible to people who aren’t readers or who like to listen to audiobooks during workouts, commutes, or while doing other things that preclude holding a book.
The brand-new audio version is available here:
In addition to my novel, several other exciting Sherlock Holmes titles have been produced in audiobook form, and they’re available here:
The Detective, The Woman and The Winking Tree: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes is available from all good bookstores and e-bookstores worldwide including in the USA Amazon,Barnes and Noble and Classic Specialities – and in all electronic formats including Amazon Kindle , iTunes(iPad/iPhone) and Kobo.