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Spell of Binding Now An Audiobook!

Spell of Binding Now An Audiobook!

Or, A New $1.99 Release For All You Audiobook Fans

I am tickled pink to announce that the second volume in my Dark Caster paranormal series, Spell of Binding, is now an audiobook.

Even better news?  The book Reading Cafe reviewer Xtina said “kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time” is specially priced at only $1.99!

Look for it on iTunes, Amazon, and Audible.com.



Daniela Ferraro can’t touch people without hurting them. So when she wakes up in the Dark Caster’s cell next to the one man guaranteed to mess with her heart, she will risk anything to escape.

David Wilkes has no idea why he’s been abducted and thrown in a locked room with Dani, the woman who jilted him two years ago. But when the Dark Caster threatens David’s four-year-old son, David will not stop until Ryan is safe and the evil necromancers tormenting him are destroyed.

When Dani’s powers are bound and her necromancer friends are out of commission, the only way to protect the people she cares about and keep the Chaos Gate firmly closed is to trust in David.

But the closer Dani gets to David the more lethal her touch becomes for the only man she’s ever loved.

<3 Anna

Spell of Binding Soon To Be An Audiobook

Spell of Binding Soon To Be An Audiobook

Or, Update on Our Progress

I’m very excited that Elizabeth Siedt has agreed to narrate book two in the Dark Caster series. Currently it is in the production stage, but I’ll let you know when it is available (Hopefully soon!).

You can pick up the audiobook of Spell of Summoning, the first novel in the series, now at Amazon and iTunes.



<3 Anna

Are Audiobooks Worth The Effort?

Are Audiobooks Worth The Effort?

Or, Why I Decided to Create an Audiobook Version of Spell of Summoning

Converting my first novel in the Dark Caster Series into an audiobook made me more nervous and way more scared than publishing it in its current digital form. My inner pessimist went wild:

What if it sounds awful?

What if the voice actor sucks?

What if it doesn’t sell well and then I look like a loser to my producing partner?

I'm a bit of a worrier.
I’m a bit of a worrier.

Before I lost any more sleep, I logged onto iTunes and downloaded my first audiobook–Relentless Seduction–a paranormal romance by Jillian Burns. I listened to it in the car on my iPad, and I loved it! My new favorite thing to do on road trips is listening to audiobooks.

ACX.com, an Amazon company, is a user friendly one stop shop for uploading your novel and hiring a producer to create the audio version. The technical, contract style language made me a little hesitant to move forward, but I agreed to the site’s terms and opened Spell of Summoning as a new project. I could have waited for a producer to find me and offer to record my novel, but I’m impatient, so I listened to pre-recorded auditions. After some trial and error I decided I wanted a young woman with a general American accent and an engaging voice that I could happily listen to for hours on end.

I was lucky to find a talented young actress, Elizabeth Siedt, right away who agreed to produce the audiobook.

Unlike traditional “books on tape,” there were no upfront costs. Similar to publishing your digital book with Amazon, you and the producer receive a percentage of the sales in exchange for selling the audiobook exclusively at Audible.com, iTunes, and Amazon.com.

The answer to my initial question–Are audiobooks worth the effort?–is yes!

<3 Anna

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