Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Audio book

My historical novel Woodland Daughter is now available in audio format such as Mp3 and cds and even cassettes. These can be ordered in by your local library.
The audio book company's website which showcases is http://www.ulverscroft.com/ (you can do a search with my name, etc)
Sadly, I can't get the cover large with it distorting.

Throughout her years of devoted service to the Bradburys, Eden Harris has hidden a secret that would affect them all, a secret shared only with her husband, Nathan and her grandfather. But an enemy returns, shattering her world and exposing her secret. Then, robbed of Nathan, she must flee from the country estate. However, her attempt to start anew is not so simple as the past haunts her. Now Eden must gather her strength and look into her heart to accept what the future offers.


MAGGI said...

Another great cover! Congrats on the audio book.


Janet said...

Congratulations on your first audiobook Anne. The jacket is a little blurred, but I can just make out that Anne Dover is reading it. I'm sure you'll enjoy it. She's a very good reader.

All the best,

Sandi Rog said...

Lovely cover, Anne! How exciting that you've got an audio book! That's wonderful! Congratulations!

Anne Whitfield - author said...

Thanks so much, Maggi, Janet and Sandi.
Yes, Janet, it is Anne Dover who is the reader. I'm told she is excellent. I haven't heard it yet myself.

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