Some audiobook news

1. If you did not already do so, you can download Armitage’s recording of “The Velveteen Rabbit” from Audible UK ( for free. It’s been there since August, I guess. Note that you will need to create a separate account for this if you already use a different national Audible or Amazon. Cue the sobbing.

2. David Hewson announced a raffle for copies of Armitage’s reading of his latest novel. For tweeps only. There’s also an excerpt to listen to here.

3. And some more new titles: in addition to a selection of Jeffrey Archer short stories, there’s also the next book in the Bedlam series and a cooperation with Hermione Norris on the latest CJ Tudor piece. I can’t put money into the hands of a criminal (Archer) and uch, horror novels about witch burnings transposed to the present.

~ by Servetus on December 18, 2020.

9 Responses to “Some audiobook news”

  1. Hi.
    I just checked my audible account and the Velveteen Rabbit is there for free. It’s Audible canada though. Also, I guess because my yahoo account is uk I didn’t have to create a separate email account to join the uk Amazon or Audible uk.

    Thanks for the heads up.


  2. I checked Audible US and it is free there. I no longer have a subscription but still have access to my library and it allowed me to download it for free.


  3. […] Armitage – This still seems to be available for free on the various Audible sites. (Thanks, Serv, for pointing that out.) This is not a story I know from my childhood, although it was written in 1922. It is very […]


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