Roma Nova goes audio!

Alison with Carole Blake

With Carole Blake of Blake Friedmann

You may remember that in January this year I asked Blake Friedmann Literary Agency to handle my ancillary rights

Well, exciting news – and you are the first to know it – they’ve negotiated a contract with Audible to produce audio versions of INCEPTIO, PERFIDITAS, SUCCESSIO and AURELIA.

Of course, I rushed for my champagne glass!

 

Audiobooks are a great antidote to the problem of never having enough time to read for pleasure. You can ‘read’ a book while doing other things: on the daily commute, walking the dog, cooking and cleaning, at the gym(!) or if you’re painting and decorating, gardening, or just lounging around.

On a practical level, it’s ideal for readers with poor eyesight or eyestrain or those of us who work on the computer all day! You can listen on an MP3 player, in the car on a CD player, a computer, a home sound system, on a Kindle, etc.

I bet you can think of even more times and places to listen.

Told you it was exciting. 😉 It’s going to be weird hearing Carina and Conrad ‘speaking’…

September update
Audible invited me to their offices for an author interview where I met interviewer Robin Morgan and his technical team. It was all very relaxed and friendly and they let me witter on about Roma Nova to my heart’s content. The camera was turning as well… I can’t wait to hear and see what they produced.

 

December update
The audio interview is out and is FREE to download from Audible. And there’s a mini interview on YouTube! Wow!

 

 

Alison Morton is the author of Roma Nova thrillers, INCEPTIO, PERFIDITASSUCCESSIO and AURELIA. The fifth in the series, INSURRECTIO, was published on 12 April 2016.

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