The ATR Story Collection A Woman’s Work – Stories of Workplace Degradation is now available to purchase for $5.99 USD in audiobook format. (Click here to view it in the shop.)
This release contains all 25 text stories from the PDF version of the book, plus an altered version of the foreword, in MP3 format, read by me, the author, All These Roadworks. Total running time of the collection is 127 minutes.
I’m told by test listeners that “I read very well”, “the pacing is great”, hearing my voice “does not ruin the mystique” and that “I could read to them all day”, so take that as you will.
I’m still relatively new to recording and formatting my work as an audiobook, so if you encounter any problems or have any feedback, please let me know at email@example.com. Any direct purchases of the audiobook through AllTheseRoadworks.com will entitle you to every future update, so if any fixes are needed you’ll get them for free as they’re released.
I spotted a few remaining typos in A Woman’s Work while recording the stories, so the audiobook releases alongside an updated 3rd Edition of the PDF and EPUB books, which fixes these errors and contains minor improvements for formatting and clarity. The Systemic Bundle has also been updated to include this new edition. Customers who have previously purchased A Woman’s Work or The Systemic Bundle can download the new versions for free using the link they received upon their initial purchase. (View the text version of A Woman’s Work in the shop.)
Please note the audiobook and text versions are separate purchases. Buying one will NOT include the other.
The audiobook and the new text version have been made available to Stories Members for October through Dropbox, and can be found in the “New Story Collections” folder. I haven’t decided yet how audiobooks will interface with the Premium Library going forwards, but for now all Premium Members have access to the audiobook as part of their included Stories Member benefits.
Whether I do any more audiobooks – and how many, and how quickly – will largely depend on how this one sells.
If you discover any problems with any version of A Woman’s Work, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.