Speaking of Audiobooks: Laura Kinsale is Coming to Audio!

Romance audio enthusiasts have something splendid coming their way in 2013 – the ever so loved and admired Laura Kinsale. I’m not talking about our usual experience of seeing an audio release here and another there as we wonder about the timing of the next release and especially the chosen narrator. It’s much bigger than that.

How about seeing her entire backlist in 2013? That’s the plan – twelve extraordinary tales as only Laura Kinsale can deliver. And our wait won’t be all that long with five to six of those titles released around mid-year followed by the balance before year-end. As one of my favorite authors in print, I was thrilled with this news. After all, I’ve been wishing for Kinsale audios out loud for several years now.

We won’t need to wait anxiously for the choice of narrator either as Ms. Kinsale chose, with great care, one narrator for all of her titles – Nicholas Boulton. An accomplished British actor, you can explore his background over at IMBD as well as listen to sound bites at Audible. After listening to samples from A Battle Won and David Copperfield, I’m convinced his gorgeous sexy voice combined with obvious talent and excellent material will spell scrumptious listening!

You may recall that Laura Kinsale was chosen by our listeners as one of the Romance Author’s Backlist You Most Want to See in Audio in the 2012 Speaking of Audiobooks Favorite Romance Audiobooks Poll. How exciting to see another of our choices actually make the move to audio!

If Laura Kinsale is a new name to you, it’s a good time to check out her books in eBook format as Amazon currently has six of her titles priced at $2.99. If you are looking for a place to start, I recommend The Shadow and the Star, Flowers from the Storm or Uncertain Magic. Don’t expect anything ordinary – these are intricate stories packed with emotional depth and unusual characters.

Here’s a toast to all the Kinsale listening in our future!

- Lea Hensley

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14 Responses to Speaking of Audiobooks: Laura Kinsale is Coming to Audio!

  1. maryann says:

    This is wonderful news indeed! Thanks for making my day. I’m headed to Barnes and Noble to load some of these books on my Nook.

  2. Carrie says:

    I just went and listened to the samples for the narrator! he’s wonderful! I love male narrators for romance. I will definitely give Kinsale a try on audio. I’ve never read one of her books yet.

  3. I never read anything of hers, but I can see by your enthusiasm that she’s good. I’m adding her to my BRL.
    Thanks :)

  4. Jo-Ann W. says:

    OMG! I just got chills – thank you so much for the WONDERFUL news! Favorite author EVER!!!!

  5. Delmartian says:

    That is AMAZING! I can’t wait! Thank you so much for helping to make this possible. I never order audiobooks in advance, but I know I these books will be my first.

  6. Paula says:

    Great news! “Flowers From the Storm” is one if my favorites!

  7. D.G. says:

    And with a male narrator! YES, YES, YES!!! I listened to the sample and he sounds yummy, yummy!!!

  8. Sylvia H says:


  9. Kaetrin says:

    I’m squeeing all over the place about this news. The samples of Nick Boulton’s voice just make me even more excited.

  10. Brenda says:

    Audiobook wish lists coming to fruition is great news! Loved the David Copperfield sound clip – I’ll have to go back for A Battle Won now.

    I grabbed up all the Kindle deals and Uncertain Magic sounds like it’s right up my alley as a starting point with the Kindle books.

  11. Linda says:

    Yay! Uncertain Magic was my first and still favorite Kinsale title.

  12. kathy says:


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  14. Hilly says:

    Excellent! Can’t come soon enough!

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