Gearing up for my next project

I’m about to step into my booth to begin recording my next project. This is The Necromancer, by P.M. Richter, and it is a long one! When it’s complete, it should be about 12.6 hours long. The word count is 116,857. To put that in perspective, Sister Raven clocked in at just under 3 hours 43 minutes and that word count is 34,043. Mistletoe & Murder was only 42 minutes and contained 8,432 words. I’m really looking forward to a full-length novel! Luckily, the deadline is a bit more flexible for this project.

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting Karen Rae Levine, the author of Sister Raven, at the Local Author Showcase being held at the Huntington Library. It was wonderful to be able to meet the woman who penned such a delightfully beautiful tale! I went with my mother and afterward we both agreed that Karen and her husband were both lovely, gracious and very nice. Of course, I knew she would be after working with her on Sister Raven.

I am so lucky that the three authors whose books I have narrated (or in the process of narrating) have all been so pleasant to work with!

The Necromancer cover

OK, off to my booth now!

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