Stay a while, and listen to the Tree That Grew Through Iron Audiobook

audioadHello and good morning, reading enthusiasts! I hope your week is going as well as mine. If I were Sisyphus, I might even think I could get the boulder all the way to the top of the hill with how pumped I’ve been lately.

It is my pleasure to report that The Tree That Grew Through Iron: Book One of the Panagea Tales, has been transformed into its latest edition. That’s right – we’ve entered the wonderful world of audiobooks. Can I get an enthusiastic “woo!” from anyone? Yes!

A little bird told me that audiobooks are the next best thing in the ever-evolving literary world, and I’m inclined to agree. In this generation of ‘go-go-go’ attitudes, time to sit down and read is a luxury no longer afforded to many. Audiobooks give us the ability to multitask while simultaneously entertaining ourselves– and if that doesn’t encapsulate the modern day desire, I don’t know what does.

In honor of the audio release of The Tree That Grew Through Iron, I’ll be giving away a code for a free download of the book from Audible. You can listen to narrator Gerard Marquez, in all his talented glory, tell the tale of Nicholai, Kazuaki, and the crew, as they weave their way through the continent of Panagea.

How do you win a free copy of the audiobook, you ask? Just share this post, and comment on the original Facebook post to let me know you’ve shared it! Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. I’ll choose a winner next Sunday (August 18th).

In the event that you want to dive into the series straight away, you can find the book on Amazon, Audible, or iTunes!

Thank you for sharing in this joy with me; I couldn’t imagine anyone else I’d rather spread this enthusiasm with.

Love and peace,


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