#ABRSC Read and Review – Marcia Meara, K Morris and Bette A. Stevens

I was very pleased to find the first review of my audio version of Swamp Ghosts on Robbie’s Inspiration, along with reviews for Kevin Morris and Bette Stevens. So happy that Robbie enjoyed the story and the narration! Check these out, if you have a moment during your holiday rush. And thanks so much, Robbie!

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I don’t know how I have managed to do so much reading lately. I think listening to audio books definitely helps me make good use of my time. I have three more reviews of great books to share before Christmas just in case you are looking for last minute presents.

Swamp Ghosts: Riverbend Book 1 by Marcia Meara

I listened to the audio book of Swamp Ghosts and I really enjoyed both the book and the narrator. The narrator’s voice perfectly complimented the story and really added to my enjoyment of this book.

Maggie Devlin is a beautiful but conflicted woman with a past. She has lived alone, providing for herself by running ecotours from her boat, for a long time. She is independent and she doesn’t get involved with men, particularly men who either work for her or who she works for. That is until Gunnar Wolfe comes into…

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4 thoughts on “#ABRSC Read and Review – Marcia Meara, K Morris and Bette A. Stevens

    • Thanks, Darlene. I’m very happy, indeed. I’ve been nervous over the audio book, because it’s hard to be objective about the narration. (The problem is, I hear my characters in my head all the time, and know exactly how they sound, so someone else’s voice always seems off to me.) But happily, readers/listeners don’t have that problem, and it’s great to know Robbie thought the narrator’s voice was perfect. Yay!! 🙂

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    • You’re welcome, and again, I’m truly glad the narration works! 😀 I hope to get audio versions out on all of my books in 2018. It’s a slow process, but worth it for those who enjoy listening, like you. 😀 Thanks again!

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