So many things have been happening that I feel like a part of me has been really neglecting to updated my main (and most personal) site. If you haven’t already, check out the all new iWriteBooks Publishing website, where you’ll be able to make purchases of books both by me, and ones by some of the authors that I have helped publish.
Anyways, I promise to get back to this soon! For now, I wanted to formally announce the audiobook for Last Seen! I’m always so excited about the audiobook process, because finding someone to fully execute the vision is both fun and challenging at the same time. I had a lot of different types of people audition to produce this book, and I’m happy to say that I found THE ONE! Danielle Jiggits is amazing, and I knew from her audition that she would be the one to beat. As it turned out, I was able to offer her the role as producer and narrator! So, of course, in true Myunique fashion, here’s an audio sample of the ENTIRE first chapter of Last Seen! It will not be widely available for another few months, but I’m sure you guys will love Danielle as much as I did. Just so you can read along, I’ve also included the first chapter in text-form to download.
Paperback books of Last Seen are in stock right now. As a special bonus, if you purchase the paperback version, you’ll be among the first to receive the audiobook before it’s official release day. FOR FREE!
Here’s what’s on the back:
It was a romantic weekend, one Kahra Daniels hadn’t experienced in a long time. But, when Kahra discovers that not only is the man she’s seeing married, but living happily as a family with children in New York, things take a turn for the worst. Stripped of her pride and ordered to be taken away by the very man she thought she could love, a new, dark door opens within her. “This isn’t over,” she promises before being thrown into a cell for 30 days. It is during her lonely nights there that she develops a plan to assassinate anyone he’s last seen with. Her logic is simple: once the bodies begin piling up, the cops will turn to him after realizing he’s the only common denominator.
Fueled by her own traumatic past and sometimes unstoppable flashbacks, Kahra soon puts her plan into action, and as the body count rises, so do the stakes.
That’s enough about that. Get to listening!