Protective Custody had also been released as an audio book through Audible.com. I’m new to the audio book world and I’m asking lots of questions to help me muddle through. So here are some things I want to know – and maybe other people do, too:
Do you find it difficult to distinguish between characters with one person reading both male and female points of view?
How do you usually listen to audio books? iPod? MP-3 player, on a CD in your car? What about Kindle. I know mine has a speaker, so it’s probably capable of playing audio books.
Where do you get your audio books? Online, in a brick and mortar store, at the library?
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Wynter Daniels lives in Central Florida with her husband of more than twenty years and their two nearly grown children. They are all the slaves of two very demanding cats. After careers in marketing and the salon industry, Wynterâ€™s wicked prose begged to be set free. She writes for several publishers including Carina Press, Elloraâ€™s Cave, Loose Id