I’m so delighted to announce that The Lady and the Orc is now available in audio, with narration by the completely spectacular Shane East!
We finally get to hear all our favourite orcs’ voices come to life, plus all the sexy, angsty adventure that leads to Jule and Grimarr’s happily ever after. Shane has given us an incredible performance, and it’s over 14 HOURS of delicious orc goodness!
The Lady and the Orc is available only from Audible. If you’re new to Audible, see below for more details on how to order and enjoy!
A huge thank-you to Podium Audio for making this audiobook possible!
Other purchase links: Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk | Amazon.com.au
Meet narrator Shane East!
Brit voice actor Shane East is a completely brilliant audiobook narrator, and I was so delighted when I learned he’d be narrating The Lady and the Orc!
After Shane finished recording the book, he was kind enough to sit down and answer a few questions for me about the process, the book, and what inspired his delicious Grimarr voice!
Listen to a sample!
New to Audible? Here’s how to get this book!
- The audio for The Lady and the Orc is available exclusively on Audible. You can purchase and download Audible books without an Audible subscription, but it’s almost always cheaper to sign up for a subscription (even if it’s just for one month).
- Regardless if you choose to pay for a subscription, you’ll need to make an account with Audible via the app. The app makes it very easy to access the audio, as it downloads it directly onto your phone.
- Audible Premium Plus subscriptions are $14.95/month USD, and give you 1 credit per month. This credit allows you to download any book in the store, and it’s yours to keep even if you cancel your subscription (it will always be stored in the app).
- You can purchase an audiobook on Audible without a subscription; however, you’ll be paying full price for it. In the vast majority of cases, this is far more expensive than $14.95. The subscription essentially allows you to purchase one audiobook a month for $14.95 (which is usually a heavily discounted rate).
To learn more or sign up for Audible, click here!