Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Mysteryrat’s Maze Podcast: wishing you a life full of mystery!

I was thrilled when the first chapter of my crime novel Fostering Death was selected for a podcast by Mysteryrat’s Maze.
I was even more pleased when I heard it when it was released last week.
Lorie Lewis Ham, mystery author and editor of the e-zine King’s River Life, has embarked on this ambitious project and presents two new podcasts a month.
Local actor Thomas Nance does a fantastic job of reading the chapter. He nails the voices of the various characters.

I have not had any of my works presented in an audio version previously, and I loved hearing such a emotionally rich interpretation.  I hope you will take a few minutes to listen to it. Here is the link:

Many of us have had mystery short stories posted in King’s River Life. It’s an eclectic publication, billing itself as “A California Magazine with Local Focus and Global Appeal,” supporting the community and featuring articles and short fiction.
An important aspect of King’s River Life is supporting animal rescue, cats, dogs and, yes, domestic rats.


  1. I haven't had any of my books put into an audio version yet. I'll have to think about that, but then I self publish my books

  2. Congrats, Kathleen! What a treat for you.

  3. Gloria, this isn't an entire audio book--just the first chapter!

    I know a lot of people release audio versions of their books, but I haven't done that. I've looked into it a bit, and to have a decent job done, it's difficult and expensive. That's why I was so pleased to have this opportunity to hear how it might go.

  4. Margaret, you're right, I'm really thrilled to have participated in this.