Here I am finally pursuing my dream of writing a mystery series. And, just as it comes to fruition, my love and greatest cheerleader (Bill) cannot read the book.
Just over a year ago, when I began writing this story, we learned that Bill had lost the right peripheral vision in both eyes. Something called right homonymous hemianopsia. He’s no longer able to read print, among other things.
So, today, for my love and for others who might enjoy listening, I’m researching how to create an audible version of Star’s story.
I’ll keep you posted.
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If you are up to it, I think you should be the one who is the voice of the audible book. That would make it even more special. Just my two cents.
Hi Tom, thanks! I agree it would be meaningful to put my voice inflection into the words. I’ve been wondering though how I would sound “putting on the brogue”. For now, I’m researching what it will take (especially funds) to use ACX. I feel strongly that I want to provide individuals who cannot read with the opportunity to listen to stories. Since we found Audible, it’s been wonderful for Bill to be able to enjoy books again.