The Captain’s Daughter Hat Trick
The Captain’s Daughter is available as an audiobook from today!
Narrated by Emma Powell and published by Soundings, I am so delighted that Janey Carhart’s tale is now available to a wider audience. To listen to a sample of the second novel in the Cornish Tales series, please click HERE.
Inspired by the National Trust property in Cornwall, Lanhydrock House, and the barren landscape of Bodmin Moor, I like to think this novel is a cross between Downton Abbey and Wuthering Heights.
There is something very special about achieving a publishing hat trick by having a novel released in every available format. Today, The Captain’s Daughter has achieved just that.
To download the audiobook version click HERE
In the meantime, I have had to put my “work in progress” aside again as I have had an email from my editor informing me it’s time to start preparing my first Christmas novella for publication later this year. I can’t wait to tell you about it and share the cover, but until then I am happy to share this very special moment of The Captain’s Daughter achieving a publishing hat trick by being released as an audiobook today.