I've just gone over the royalty statements from my publisher and note that the audio versions of this book (they have not yet chosen to do others) accounted for a small but significant part of its sales. And this leads me to ask these questions: Do you listen to audio versions of books? If so, how do you do it? CD's? Download to an iPod or smart phone? Does it detract from your experience to hear narration by a single voice? Do you think the choice of narrator makes a difference?
I'm offering a chance to win an audio version of Stress Test. You'll start by clicking the link below (not by leaving a comment). Rafflecopter will guide you through the steps. You get one entry if you comment. If you're a subscriber to my newsletter or take this opportunity to use the tab in the right margin to subscribe, you get another entry. Finally, if you tweet about it you'll get another entry. It's all on the honors system, but be fair. Contest ends on March 18.
To enter, click this link. (I appreciate your comments, but you can only enter via Rafflecopter, so click the link). And thanks.