A.J. Scudiere's books on CD feature full cast of actors, sound effects and a score.
A.J. Scudiere sees the world differently, and other people do, too, when they read her best-selling thriller novels. She also tackles the book scene differently, and is a pro at the next evolution of the standard audiobook.
The author walked away from the biggest book conference in America last summer, BookExpo America, with two national wins for the AudioMovie version of her book Vengeance – including Best Audiobook of 2010 from the Benjamin Franklin Awards and Best Audio Book-Fiction from the Indie Excellence Awards (her first title Resonance took this award in 2009). Vengeance the AudioMovie, which AudioFile Magazine said to “ditch the Cineplex ticket” for, scored two prestigious Audie nominations for Best Thriller and Best Audio Drama. Her newest book God's Eye (out in paperback October 2011) releases this spring on CD and special edition USB.
What is an AudioMovie? Instead of a single narrator reading a book, an AudioMovie is just as it sounds: a movie without visuals. A full cast of actors voice the characters. They are backed by sound effects and a score, and yet the book has remained delightfully unabridged. Scudiere’s AudioMovies are available on iTunes, Audible.com and www.AJsAudioMovies.com (uniquely offered on USB and for digital download.