“The Boy Who Came In From the Cold” Now Available on Audio!

I am SO excited! “The Boy Who Came In From the Cold” is now available from Audible! This so exciting! And what’s more, it is read by the extremely talented (and gorgeous) actor Charlie David!

Actor, writer and producer Charlie David has been a host for E! Television, NBC, OutTV, here! TV, Pink TV, EGO, and Life Network on such shows as F.Y.E! (2000), Spy TV (2001), Bump! (2004) (2005-2011) and Crash Test Mommy (2004) (2004-2005). He has been the subject of a documentary on the Learning Channel and has appeared as musical guest on VH1, BBC, CBS’s The Early Show, and dozens of radio shows. Some of you might recognize him from the campy Dante’s Cove.

I saw him the first time in a wonderful movie called “Mulligans,” that he wrote, produced and starred in!

Here is the description of the film: Two college friends take a journey home. One of them makes a mistake that may tear a family apart. Sometimes there are no second chances, sometimes there are no mulligans.

Needless to say I was shocked when I found out he would be reading the book. If you check out the link and listen to him you will see why I am so happy! He is so talented.

This is my first audio novel. I had a short audio story/novella at one time through Silver Publishing but it is no longer available so I am doing the Snoopy Dance about this book!

Check out the link, you can hear a few minutes. He is so good!

And the audiobook is only $19.95! I mean, WOW! What a deal!



2 thoughts on ““The Boy Who Came In From the Cold” Now Available on Audio!

  1. Just listened to the boy who came from the cold while at work and yes you did make me cry at my desk and the underwear thing had other reactions :-). A mighty fine listen

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