Thursday, July 16, 2015

GoodReads Book review "The Face Stealer" by Robert Scott Norton

 The Face StealerThe Face Stealer by Robert Scott-Norton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am biased with this book, because I narrated the audiobook version. That being said, a big reason I had an interest in the book was that it kept being compared to having similarities to that show Torchwood that aired on BBC1. I liked Torchwood, and I wasn't disappointed with the comparison as this book could be a great episode from that show. If you have no idea what I am talking about, that's alright. This book kept my interest as I read through it a few times. I'd like to not give away the plot points of the book- but I was surprised with one of the characters, that I really hated at first but grew on me so much that I thought he was a hero by the end. Oh, and be afraid. Afraid of losing your face!

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

July Prize Free Giveaway Trivia for Audiobook

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The great Audiobook giveaway contest. Just answer the question in the above RaffleCopter giveaway to be entered to win. 10 audiobook copies will be given away. So chances are high that if you enter, that you will win one! Contest ends on July 14th.

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Happy National Blueberry Month

Paul Cram on a bed of Blueberries

Blueberry fun facts, 10 of them...
If all the blueberries grown in North America in one year were spread out in a single layer, they would cover a four-lane highway that stretched from New York to Chicago. (Source: Food Almanac)

July is national blueberry month because that is the peak of the harvest season. 

Minnesota claims the blueberry muffin as its official state muffin. 

New Jersey claims the berry as its official state fruit. 

The blueberry is the official berry of Nova Scotia. 

The North American Blueberry industry ships more than 100 metric tons of fresh blueberries each year to Iceland, and more than 500 metric tons to Japan. (2005) 

Wild blueberries are grown on 60,000 acres in Maine, and 99% of this wild blueberry crop is frozen. (Although some of these are later canned). 

Early American colonists made grey paint by boiling blueberries in milk. 

Blueberries are the 2nd most important commercial berry crop in the United States, with a total crop value of nearly $850.9 million in 2012.  (Strawberries are number 1.) 

Native Americans once called them "star berries," because the five points of blueberry blossoms make a star shape. 

So what is your favorite food made with Blueberries? Or do you prefer them just as they are?

Thursday, June 25, 2015

New Audiobook by Boyd Craven "Flirting With Death"

Audiobook narrator paul cram

New survivalist audiobook "Flirting With Death" by Boyd Craven & narrated by actor Paul Cram now available to hear & enjoy on audiobook. Which is a great way to listen to a book during your commute, or even during work.
"Flirting with Death" is set against the rustic beauty of Northern Michigan. It's obvious that the author has a soft spot for this part of the country, as his writing reflects a beauty that is genuinely heart-felt. Oh, and did I mention that the book is loaded with zombies? Lots of them!

Story Synopsis: Jim thought he had everything a man could ever want. A job, an apartment, and a girlfriend, Janie, who he was working on getting back. But then, tragedy struck.
After her funeral, Jim travels to northern Michigan to decompress and deal with his feelings in a rustic log cabin owned by his deceased girlfriend's family.
Author Boyd Craven
Author Boyd Craven
Not only is the cabin off the grid, it is a place of peace and solitude, that is, until the Ebola virus is unleashed upon the USA. In a panic, the CDC and the FDA release a vaccine that's only just started testing....
Now the infected roam the world, and even in northern Michigan, Jim isn't safe. He eagerly awaits Janie's family to join him; they are preppers, who may be the key to his survival, and they are the only family he has left.
In a world of the infected, can he carve out a slice of safety and sanity?

This is actor Paul Cram's first long-form narration of an audiobook story. His past narration credits come from short stories found on Cast of Wonders fiction podcast. As well as voicing commercials and movies. 

Go and listen to "Flirting with Death" now available on, Itunes, and

Zombie Audiobook Flirting with Death