Welcome back, everyone! I hope you all had a good holiday weekend . . . or plain old weekend for my friends abroad who do not celebrate Thanksgiving. Last week, I posted a list of 10 things indie authors have to be thankful for. On that list, I listed readers last, though I personally would place them at the top of the list. I just thought it would be more pungent to save them for last.
I can’t tell you how grateful I am for readers, especially when they leave a review on Amazon or send me a private message telling me how much they enjoyed my book. And I can’t even begin to explain my excitement last week when one of my readers shared with me a voice recording they did of the prologue from my debut novel, The Quest for the Holy Something or Other, an Arthurian parody centered around Sir Kay and his quest for the illusive holy item.
The reader’s name is Jay W. Eccent. Jay is a talented artist as well as voice actor, it turns out. His recording of the prologue was absolutely fantastic and entertaining. It was just as good, if not better, than the recordings I’ve played for other audio books. The recording can be found here. Check it out!
I want to congratulate Jay on his fantastic voice acting and thank him for bringing my characters to life!
As always, thanks for stopping by, and I’ll see you again on Wednesday!