Mr. Frank’s Avalanche of Audio
(Hey! Let a guy dream.)
First and foremost, DEATH GETS A BOOK is now an audiobook available on Audible. I decided it was time to get some of my work out there in audiobook format. I didn’t expect the task of finding the right narrator for the job as daunting as it turned out to be. The process made me realize how much I value my work and when placing into the hands of someone else to care for, I wanted to be sure I had the exact right voice for the job.
Well, I failed at that. What happened was I connected with a voice talent that exceeded my expectations. Ron Gabaldon, the narrator for DEATH GETS A BOOK audiobook, owned the story. He didn’t just read the story, he owned the story. I don’t hear him narrating the book so much as performing the story. DEATH GETS A BOOK is a vocal performance, entertaining from the first word to the last.
If you are an active audiobook listener, you need to check DEATH GETS A BOOK out. I’m confidant you’ll be whisked away to the land of Grim Reapers I’ve created and Ron Gabaldon has brought to life.
*(A special offer to those who read this blog: The first 5 interested parties to email me (frankjedler at gmail) will receive a free download code (US and UK)for DEATH GETS A BOOK at Audible.com)
The other two audio presentations I have for you are recent podcast appearances.
First, I found this great new horror focused podcast called The Horror Frequency whose host, Anthony, is a young, curious talent who produces a fun sounding show. You can check out my appearance on The Horror Frequency on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Radio Public and more. We talk about A DEATH IN TOLEDO, creepy places in New Jersey, unlikely books two horror guys are into and great kaiju movies.
And last, but not least, I made my triumphant return to Arm Cast, Dead Sexy Podcast. I have a fun conversation with Armand Rosamilia about why it was time to write a new Death book, adventures in marketing, what I’m doing to sell books in the pandemic era and I even coax a “Nice” out of Armand which is essential to claiming a great appearance on the show.
There it is. More audio pleasures than you can shake a stick at. And, I don’t know about you, but I can shake a stick at quite a bit of audio pleasure. Happy listening!
Originally published at http://frankjedler.blogspot.com.