Monday, October 12, 2020

Tom Finch, now an audio book!

 

I'm very excited to share with all of you that my novel The Adventures of Tom Finch, Gentleman has been produced as an audio book! It's a professional production using four voice actors to bring the text alive. And they even sing the music! They did such an amazing job bringing out the historical flavor and the comedy. The main narrator who does the voice of Tom sounds exactly as I imagined him while I was writing. Hearing the voices makes it such a devvy experience.

The audio book version is produced by Audible in partnership with Amazon. To buy directly, click here for Audible or here for Amazon. You can choose to buy it or subscribe to Audible. Also, if you choose to create a new account on Audible and this is the first audio book you purchase, I get a bonus, which I will put towards producing my next novel (in the works right now). It would really help me out! Here are the regional links:

Audible US

Audible UK

Audible France

Audible Germany

I also have a few promo codes for free copies to give away if you are willing to leave a review on Audible and/or Amazon. You must have an Amazon US or Amazon UK account to use the promo code. Send me an email at devogirlfromparadevo@gmail.com if you're interested.

You can listen to a sample of the first five minutes here. I hope you all enjoy listening as much as I do! 

Also the ebook will be half off in the Amazon UK store Oct. 16-23, and in the Amazon US store Oct. 24-30. 

Here's the blurb in case you missed it when I released the ebook last year:

London, 1735. Covent Garden offers a world of pleasures and diversions, even for a blind man. Tom Finch approaches life with boundless good cheer and resilience,whether he's pursuing a musical career or pursuing women. Women including Tess Turnbridge, a soprano with a burning ambition to become an opera star, and Sally Salisbury, a tough, flash talking whore and part-time thief. Join Tom for a picaresque romp through high and low Georgian society among rakes,rovers, thieving whores and demireps, highway robbers, bigamists, and duelists, bisexual opera divas, castrati, mollies, and cross-dressers, lecherous aristocrats, and headstrong ladies. This meticulously researched, witty and lively tale overturns stereotypes about disability and revels in the spectacle and excitement of 18th century opera.

 


 

 


2 comments:

  1. Ohhh the British accent is just delicious! :) I think this will be such an enhanced experience, especially with several voice actors! <3

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