Richard Armitage gets 2016 Audie nod

For “Classic Love Poems,” as best male narrator.

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~ by Servetus on February 10, 2016.

11 Responses to “Richard Armitage gets 2016 Audie nod”

  1. I wonder how hard it is for him not to roll his eyes every time he hears the word swoon….lol. NIce work, boy!

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  2. No surprise in that category. Fingers crossed, mister Armitage!

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  3. He truly is “swoon worthy” on the Classic Love Poems, when ever I get kind of out of it, I just click them on and kind of get taken to another place.

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  4. Just had an message from Audible about this. I think he deserves to win. Scarcely a day goes by when I don’t listen to him read these poems! Great way to relax! 😉

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  5. Good for him! I wonder what the other narrators think of that? =)

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  6. Maybe third time’s the charm!

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  7. Love poems,in Richards voice, wow , that’s going to be awesome.Is it out for sale yet? Cannot wait for that.

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    • This was last year’s free gift from Audible — you can still buy it from them; it’s not free any longer as far as I know.

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  8. Thanks Servetus, I’ll be receiving it soon, in the post.

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  9. […] nominations were for David Copperfield (2017); Classic Love Poems (2016); Hamlet (2015); and Venetia […]

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