My historical fiction, Dearest Mother and Dad, is a labor of love, and now it’s available as an AUDIOBOOK. Just in time for Memorial Day!
After reading through the letters my dad wrote to his parents during the Korean War about his experiences, I finally understood why he was hard and emotionally absent. It took me two years to write the story. Then, it took me another year to turn the novel into an audiobook. There was only one narrator for this job—Gary Bennett.
Gary had narrated my romantic thriller Chemical Attraction through 48fourteen Publishing. He did an incredible job, and my mom fell in love with his voice. So, for us, this was a no-brainer. We were not disappointed.
Gary’s narration gave Orrin and Rawley’s friendship the perfect amount of emotion. In fact, as I listened I cried. Then, at the last line of the story, I sobbed. It hit me hard. I miss my dad and all of his gruff.
I am so proud of this collaboration. I think my dad—who was a fan of books on tape—would have loved it, too. Thank you, Gary.
The AUDIOBOOK for Dearest Mother and Dad is NOW available on AUDIBLE
To learn more about Narrator Gary Bennett and his other amazing projects, visit GaryBennettReads.com
2 thoughts on “A Labor of Love and Forgiveness”
Thank you Christina for your beautiful writing. I just finished Dearest Mother and Dad, and I am still weeping. I love your story and I am so glad you shared it.
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Thank you. I made my day.