Tag Archives: Audio books

The Sound of Musical Writing

The other day I happened to be reminded of an old memory of my husband listening to the radio as he painted the walls along our basement stairs. The host was reading a school lunch menu . . . in … Continue reading

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Audio Books

I must admit I used to have mixed feelings about audio books. Most of my own titles have been contracted as audios, which was nice, especially since when I listened to snippets I thought they did a terrific job. But … Continue reading

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Recording Your Own Book is Dang Cool by James L. Rubart

Recording the audio version of my novels is so cool, and so incredibly exhausting. Last week I was in Nashville laying down the audio version of Memory’s Door (e-book, print, audio on pre-order now, will officially release August 6th). This … Continue reading

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Your Opinon of Audio Books Please by James L. Rubart

When Brilliance Audio bought the rights to my first novel ROOMS, I asked if I could try out to be the narrator. They said, “Sure, send us a sample.” I recorded the first chapter, sent it to them, and they … Continue reading

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