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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Audiobook Lovin' 2020 Presents: Mackenzie Cartwright Audio Interview and Giveaway

So thrilled to have Narrator Mackenzie Cartwright to
Audiobook Lovin' 2020!!

You can also listen to this interview on Pocket CastsApple PodcastsSpotify,  iHeart Radio, and Google Play Music!! 

Audiobook Samples

Available for purchase at Audible | Kindle | Amazon Paperback
Part of the Kindle Unlimited program

Available for purchase at Audible | Kindle Amazon Paperback
Part of the Kindle Unlimited program

Available for purchase at Audible | Kindle | Amazon Paperback
Included in the WhisperSync Program. Buy the kindle and get the audio for only $1.99! 

The Fae's Captive Series

Click here to grab your copy!!

Audio only $7.49 via WhisperSync
Part of the Kindle Unlimited program

We briefly spoke about Shane having a fan group and some of her other co-narrators also have official fan groups! Check them out and if you're a fan, consider joining the group(s). 
Lots of fun, exclusive info and sharing the love for their co-narrators, like Mackenzie!! 

Official Shane East Fan Group - Join Here

Official Joe Arden Fan Group - Join Here

Official Jason Clarke Fan Group - Join Here 

Official Teddy Hamilton Fan Group - Join Here

About The Narrator

Nominated for an Audie Award in Erotica for her narration of Vi Keeland’s The Baller (with Sean Crisden), Mackenzie Cartwright can’t get enough of narrating romance. She’s voiced novels by some of the most talented authors in the business, among them Kristen Ashley, Lily Archer, Kayley Loring, Olivia Cunning, Evangeline Anderson, Tijan, Tessa Bailey and Alessandra Torre. She loves getting swept away in a great story when she narrates.

Mackenzie Cartwright was born in New York City to two artist parents and traveled the world at a young age. While in Italy, she ate a million types of pasta (I mean, come on, it’s Itay!) and discovered wine and has never been the same again. Mackenzie lives with her husband and their Siberian husky in New York City.

You can connect with Mackenzie at 

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed the interview, especially the part about accents!