Audio of Letters to My Son — a wonderful moment
Now here’s one of the true joys of the writing life, and one of my proudest quiet moments. The audio of Letters to My Son, read by my son Nik, for whom the book was written, is now available. http://www.audible.com/pd/Self-Development/Letters-to-My-Son-Audiobook/B01IFYEPFS?source_code=soc_twi_nr.
Who would have thought, as I struggled to write that most honest book as I held my toddler son in my arms, that twenty years later he would record it for the world?
Take a listen to the sample on the site and see what you think.
You can order the audio book from audible, along with the recording of me reading Small Graces to the accompaniment of my friend, Pat Riley’s http://larrymcdonoughjazz.homestead.com/Pat.html haunting cello interludes.
I’m pleased to be able to offer these, because there are many of you who like to listen to books while driving or walking. And this finally opens the door for those of you who are without sight and have asked over the years for recordings of my work.
More are coming, little by little. If you want to purchase the books themselves, use any of the traditional sources or contact wolfnordog enterprises http://wolfnordog.com/ to purchase autographed or personalized copies.
Posted on: July 19, 2016knerburn