As I’ve been telling you, as much as we love reading and seem to spend most of our days doing it, there’s also a current move towards making the most of our time by listening to things whilst we are busy driving, walking, running, exercising, doing chores… anything that isn’t too mentally demanding. There are podcasts, of course good old and new radio, and audiobooks.
Another one of my novels is now available as an audiobook (I have a few more on the making but it’s a bit of a laborious process).
Afton Laidy Jordan, who’s also narrated Twin Evils? decided to try my experimental romantic novella, where I decided to give the readers the option to choose between three endings.She gives the novella the fun and quirkiness it deserves. In case you don’t remember it or you joined me after its publication, here I give you Click Me Happy! A Romantic Novella with Three Endings
Lilith, the protagonist, does not believe in all that ‘romantic nonsense’. When her boss and friend, Debbie, asks her to create a digital books section for the library where they both work, she triggers a series of events that shake all of Lilith’s strongly held beliefs.
Her dislike for social networking is put to the test and despite her love for privacy and technological naïveté she manages to make a number of virtual connections. The most interesting one, without a question, is Zane, a talented and attractive author and painter. Their friendship quickly develops into something else. But, what exactly? Lilith doesn’t have a clue.
A bet with Rowena, her childhood best-friend, offers her an opportunity to test her feelings for Zane and their relationship, and a meeting, ‘real’ this time, is organised in the gorgeous setting of Bermuda.
At that point, you, the reader, have the choice. Do you want the story to end up happy ever after? Do you think there’s no chance for them? Or maybe you believe that there has to be more to life than romantic stories and a neutral ending or new beginning is more true to life? There are three endings for you to pick from. See what you think!
If you’ve never bought any audiobooks from Audible, you must check this great opportunity to get the audio for free.
You can listen to a sample in Soundcloud:
Or if you prefer, you can watch and listen to a video in You Tube.
I’m waiting for the Audible free codes, but let me know if you might be interested in one and I’ll keep you posted as soon as I get them. (Ah, and don’t worry if you can’t resist the curiosity. Most of the readers go ahead and read the three endings;)
Thanks for reading, watching and listening, thanks to Afton for her fantastic work, and you know what to do, like, share, comment and CLICK!