Some audiobook news

1. If you did not already do so, you can download Armitage’s recording of “The Velveteen Rabbit” from Audible UK (audible.co.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.

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  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.

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  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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