Here is the updated Kindle cover for Sam’s Song to tie-in with the forthcoming audio book release. Various retailers have different backgrounds, so while a cover might work in print it can get lost when placed on a retail website. And Amazon tend to use white for their main site and black for Kindle, which can add to the confusion! We have kept the image constant across all versions though because we feel it is a good representation of the book.
Tag: Audio Books
Sam’s Song on YouTube
An audio sample of Sam’s Song is now available on YouTube. Please click on the link to listen to the sample.
I am currently revisiting this book because it’s in production as an audio book, beautifully read by Suzan Lynn Lorraine. I was wary at first as I re-read the book, fearful that I’d find nothing but flaws. However, as a reader and not the writer, I was delighted to find that I still like the book and that it still packs an emotional punch. I am very proud of the book and the way it deals with some sensitive subjects. I also think my decision to include humour in the story was the right one because it adds balance and credibility to the characters.
Sam’s Song is the story of a woman coming to terms with her violent past while looking forward to a brighter future. The book combines mystery, romance and humour and lays the foundation for the series.
As I write this review I’m writing Ripper, book four in the series, and it’s interesting for me to see how Sam has developed as a person over the course of the four books. The Sam Smith Mystery Series is essentially about Sam’s journey through life and if you decide to join her on that journey I hope you enjoy the ride.