Special Announcement! New Audio Books Available

Don Massenzio has just accomplished something I’ve been trying to do for a long time: he’s manged to get 8 of his 10 books published on audio. Check out his post! And don’t forget to share, too, thanks! Congratulations, Don! 🙂

Author Don Massenzio

I know I have been away from my blog for a bit and I’m starting to dive back in. That doesn’t mean that my author life went totally dormant during that time. I spent the time working with voice actors to work toward the release of my books as audio books. I’m happy to announce that eight of my ten books are now available as audio books with the last two currently in various stages of production.

This format seems to be popular and, without promoting them, sales have been surprisingly good. Most of this, I believe, is due to the talents of the wonderful voice actors that produced them.

Here is a list of the books with their Amazon links:

Frankly Speaking – Frank Rozzani Detective Series Book 1

A 16 year old girl has disappeared. The police believe she is a runaway. Her parents believe she has been…

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7 thoughts on “Special Announcement! New Audio Books Available

    • I’m glad I was able to do so today. I’m slowly getting back into blogging again, and it was a pleasure to pass this along. I really am amazed that you got so many done. It took a very long time, as I recall, for me to get Swamp Ghosts completed, but I’d like to do the rest of mine, too. You’ve inspired me! 🙂

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        • Ah, so you worked on more than one at a time? OMG. My tiny brain would likely implode! It was the 8-hour listening to it that nearly did me in. I didn’t enjoy audio books when I could HEAR, so doing it when my hearing was getting progressively worse was really a chore. And hello? EIGHT hours?

          I’m still in awe of what you’ve done, but I AM going to get more of mine out there in 2020. I’m determined, now! (You may have created a monster, here.) 😀 😀 😀

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          • It was something I could do somewhat passively while my job was kicking my butt. For me, hearing someone else bring my book to life was kind of cool, so it wasn’t too bad for me. My traveling schedule gave me lots of time to listen while waiting for plains, trains and automobiles.

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