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Last year, Richard and Nikki Attree won an audiobook production from Spectrum Audiobooks. Here's what they had to say:
We were thrilled when our co-authored canine cozy mystery, SOMEBODY'S DOODLE, was shortlisted for the 2020 Page Turner Awards and we won an audiobook contract with Spectrum Audiobooks. It has just been released and we’re so happy with it! The narration, by Greg Patmore, is wonderful. I’m in awe of the way he switches effortlessly between so many different voices: Cockney, posh British, Yorkshire, smooth Californian, redneckTexan, male, female—and then back to the dry, witty narrator.
K.N. Salustro for "Cause of Death: ???"
K.N. SALUSTRO is a science fiction and fantasy author who loves outer space, dragons, and stories that include at least one of those things. When not writing or working at her day job, she runs an Etsy shop as a plush maker and makes art for her Redbubble shop, both under the name DragonsByKris.
Julie Higgins for "Finding Ruby: A Nell Montague Mystery"
Born and raised at Porton Down in Wiltshire and currently working for the NHS in Salisbury, I have always been fascinated by crime, history and the unexplained. 'Finding Ruby' is the first in the Nell Montague mystery series, which will examine how horrors from the past are still very relevant today
Michele Gwynn for "The Making of Herman Faust"
Michele E. Gwynn is an award-winning Bestselling Author and former freelance journalist from San Antonio, Texas. She has worked in newspaper and contributed online to sites like Examiner.com, Yahoo Voices, and Salon.com. She has also worked as a senior editor for FashionErotica.com, written for Film
Larissa Reinhart for "The Cupid Caper"
A Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Larissa writes the award-winning Cherry Tucker Mystery, Maizie Albright Star Detective, and Finley Goodhart Crime Caper series. She loves to tell funny stories about sassy, Southern women looking for love (and dead bodies) in all the wrong places. Her books
Marcha Fox for "The Curse of Dead Horse Canyon: Cheyenne Spirits"
Marcha Fox earned a bachelor's degree in physics from Utah State University in 1987, which facilitated a 20+ year career at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Her interests expand far beyond the world of aerospace and hard science, however. The esoteric realm of metaphysics and all
Justin Warren for "The Lewis Pass"
Justin Warren is a high school teacher who has dreams of one day becoming a full-time novelist. His love for writing came when he picked up a copy of Michael Connelly's Blood Work, and couldn't put it down. Like Connelly, Justin's work has a strong sense of "place," transporting the reader into the
Michelle Winkler for "Dust on the Altar"
Michelle Winkler was convinced by her husband to live in the Arizona desert. While skeptical at first, she realized if she could survive hitchhiking halfway cross country at 20 years old, spend eight years in the Navy, and raise two sons, as long as she had air-conditioning, she'd probably be okay