THE TYPEWRITER GIRL is now an audiobook, narrated by Audie winner Rosalyn Landor. Get it at Audible.
No membership is necessary, although I’ve enjoyed mine for years and highly recommend it. Because I love audiobooks so much, this release is enormously exciting–read more about that here. But first, let me introduce you to the voice of The Typewriter Girl, Rosalyn Landor. You may already know her work: She’s performed The Historian and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, and The Children’s Book, as well as books by Susanna Kearsley, Sophie Kinsella, Eloisa James, Alison Weir, P.D. James, Lisa Kleypas… The impressive list goes on. Her award-winning voice is rich, evocative, and agile, and her heart for story and character is deep.
Learning Rosalyn would be narrating my book thrilled me, so you can imagine how I felt when she called to tell me how much she’d enjoyed recording it. At one point, she did a bit of the different voices she’d used, and I nearly flew through the ceiling with joy. No, I was not at all cool or professional. Anyway, both Rosalyn and I were happy, and apparently even the tech guys in the recording booth enjoyed it, so I hope you will, too.