Wednesday, September 14, 2011

New Non-Fiction and Romance from Iambik Audiobooks

Iambik Audiobooks released three new books today.  One is non-fiction and the other two are in the romance category.  The non-fiction title is a timely one with the ongoing debate regarding immigration.  No One is Illegal: Fighting Racism and State Violence on the U.S.-Mexico Border by Mike Davis and Justin Akers Chacon delves into the long history of racism against immigrants.  It is narrated by the talented and versatile Mark F. Smith, a popular reader on Iambik and LibriVox.

Daughter of Darkness by Janet Woods is a prize-winning historical romance.  It received the Australian Woman's Day Romantic Fiction award and was named the 2002 Australian Romantic book of the
year by Romance Writers of Australia. Read by Tadhg Hynes in his wonderful lilting Irish accent.

The second romance release, Reversing Over Liberace by Jane Lovering, is set in the present day.  This one is very funny and is more in the vein of a 'Bridget Jones' with Willow, the heroine, not sure if her old boyfriend is wowed by her weight loss and new fashion sense or her anticipated inheritance.  Cori Samuel narrates this one with her usual wit and style.

As always, these books are available now on the Iambik website for $6.99 each with the entire first chapter of each book posted on the site for listening.  These should also be available at Audible, Amazon and iTunes within a few weeks.   


  1. I was going to compliment George's previous photo (I still am) when I saw this one. The colors certainly explode!