Giveaway and Deal on Burnout Audiobook!

My first audiobook is here! Burnout, the first book in the Jessie Black Legal Thrillers series, is now available as an audiobook narrated by Xe Sands. It’s available as a digital download or as a physical MP3-CD. Here’s the cover:

Burnout audiobook

If you’ve been following this blog or you’re on my email list, you know I have been enthusiastically looking forward to this release. And I’m even more excited to let you know about a giveaway and a deal on the audiobook.

The Giveaway

Tantor, my audiobook publisher, is running a Goodreads giveaway. (Goodreads, for those who aren’t familiar, is a social media website for book lovers.) If you go to this webpage, you can enter to win 1 of 5 copies of the MP3-CD version of the audiobook of Burnout. The giveaway is open to readers in the US only, and ends on June 2, 2017. (Note: The web page states that the prize is a “print copy,” but it is actually the MP3-CD copy.)

Enter now for a chance to win a free copy!

The Deal

You can grab the digital version of the Burnout audiobook (you listen to it using the Audible app on your phone, tablet, or computer) at a huge discount by taking advantage of Amazon’s Whispersync deal. Here’s how it works: If you own the Kindle edition of the book, the price of the digital audiobook edition will appear at a deep discount for you on the book’s Amazon sales page. As I type this, it is currently showing as $3.47 for me, an 87% discount from the $27.99 regular price! Even if you don’t own the Kindle edition, it is still cheaper to buy both the Kindle edition and the Whispersync-discounted audio edition now than to just buy one of the audiobook versions. Isn’t Amazon great? (I don’t control this deal and I’m not sure how long it will last, so if you’re interested, buy now!)

If you don’t have it, buy the Kindle version of Burnout here, in order to get the deal!
Buy the digital version of the Burnout audiobook here!

One Request

As with all books, reviews are critically important for audio. Audible pulls in reviews from the Kindle and print versions, but also features audiobook-specific reviews where readers can comment on the quality of the narration and other aspects of the audio experience.

If you listen to the audiobook and have some time, I would really appreciate it if you would go to the audiobook’s Audible page here and leave an audiobook-specific review.

Thank you for reading (and listening) to my books!

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