Dear everybody including Kay,
Suffering from post-Labor Day droops? Your kid won’t pose for his back-to-school photo anymore? Wishing that you had some way to survive your commute without having to listen to that bass-fishing podcast? Why, there’s a brand-new solution to your woes.
The audiobook edition of Bowling Avenue is ready! It’s done! Come on, it’s a juicy way to fill 12 hours and 20 minutes with a rich and fulfilling tale of a young woman who faces the most daunting of all odysseys: a return to Nashville, Tennessee.
I had a great and by great I mean crazy time doing the narration under the guidance of The Rockethouse, a production company in Scotland run by dear pals Matt Thompson and Yolanda Pupo-Thompson. I can honestly say that I have never before taken direction via Skype for an audiobook narration. Highly recommended! You feel like you’re on Apollo 13! High stakes!
Anyway, I hope you all will enjoy this. The best way to listen to Bowling Avenue is to get a giant knitting project going, say Kay’s blanket pattern, A Light in the Window, and dive in.
There are exciting things on the horizon, so please stay tuned.
PS I continue to be knocked out by all the comments on my previous post. Thank you guys for such insight into your experiences with midlife frankness. So frustrated that we can’t continue this discussion in a less fragmented way. Oh wait: maybe there IS a way. Stay tuned!