Nope, no life-changing life-coach style advice here. Just a simple reminder for those who are short on time: listening to audiobooks is a great way to get your “reading” in!
You can enjoy audiobooks in the most inconvenient situations—driving, traveling, cooking, housekeeping, getting ready for date-night. It certainly helps boost your productivity by allowing you to do two things simultaneously. How cool is that?
I’m currently listening to Stephen King’s Skeleton Crew (all 18 hours of it) and it’s fantastic. That’s why I’m so happy that I made the decision to have my own books made into audio versions—and happier still that my autobiography So L.A. – A Hollywood Memoir has debuted on Audible.com and iTunes just in time for the weekend!
I’ll make things even simpler!
If you’d like a free download for the book, please drop me a line between now and midnight Monday, September 17, 2018 – I will draw a winner at random. Simply go to my 'contact' page and make it happen.
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Here are all of my books, available on audio:
So L.A. – A Hollywood Memoir (non-fiction)
“Staci Layne Wilson tells tales of bygone eras - she grew up with showbiz parents in LA in the '60s and '70s, had ponies in the backyard and a psychotic monkey in the house, mingled with the stars on the Sunset Strip rock scene in the '80s, partied at the Playboy Mansion, and nearly died (twice!). She ultimately found love, purpose, and success as an author, film director, screenwriter, pop culture pundit, and notable red carpet reporter who has interviewed the biggest celebs in the world.” –Read by Katherine Brannan - listen here
The Tragedy Man (fiction)
“When his boss was murdered, Cary Bouchard’s life began. For years, timid Cary toiled away in a cold cubicle. He had dreams, but not the courage to pursue them. That is, until he lost his job and found his fortune in a most unexpected way.” –Read by Andy Garrison - listen here
Keepsakes (short stories)
“A creepy novella conceived as an interlocking triptych of tales focusing on the collectors of evil items. But which came first - the evil or the item?” –Read by various - listen here
Legends and Lipstick – My Scandalous Stories of Hollywood’s Golden Age (nonfiction) by Nancy Bacon (my mom!)
“For the first time ever, Nancy Bacon, famed gossip columnist and editor of Confidential Magazine, is telling her whole story of what it was like to have love affairs with the likes of Paul Newman, Errol Flynn, Tommy Smothers, Rod Taylor, Vince Edwards, and Hugh O’Brian, plus exciting friendships with the Rat Pack, Judy Garland, Bobby Kennedy, Jay Sebring, Elizabeth Taylor, John Wayne, and Marilyn Monroe (to name only a few!).” –Read by Jennifer Knighton - listen here