https://www.acx.com/titleview/A3VI8ZKUUY55G7 Exciting news! I’m currently taking auditions for The Human Cure to be made into an audiobook. Can’t wait to hear my characters’ voices brought to life outside of my head.
Dog to sleep at my feet while I write…check ✅
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