Author: Charmin Blazier
Narrator: Alex Black
Length: 12 hours 1 minutes
Series: The Longblood Series, Book 1
Publisher: Charmin Blazier
Released: Feb. 12, 2021
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Love will make him a better man. If it doesn’t kill him first.
Nineteen-year-old Daniel Marco is about to start the life he’s always wanted. But when he blacks out and etches a mysterious code on his arm, it changes his plans in ways he never imagined.
The code leads him to the grounds of an ancient British asylum housing a secret society where he learns the unthinkable – he’s lived before. As his past life begins to resurface in unpredictable and terrifying ways, Daniel seeks answers and learns his life is in danger.
And he’s not alone.
When he meets bold Ainsley Fairfax, who is working in the shadows to solve a mystery tied to both their fates, Daniel is intensely drawn to her in ways he can’t explain. Ainsley believes Daniel is the key to solving the mystery and keeping them alive. But the more time Daniel spends with Ainsley, the deeper he’s drawn into danger. And the more he begins to lose control…
Together, they must solve the mystery before it’s too late. Will he prevail? Or will all he cares for be destroyed?
Be on the lookout for the second audiobook in this paranormal new adult romance – Lost Longblood: The Longblood Series, Book 2 (coming soon).
Charmin Blazier is a writer of paranormal romance and a mother of chihuahuas. She lives in Northern Virginia with the most amazing sister and blue-eyed pup on earth.
Her poetry was published in the Heart 11 Poetry Journal, and she holds a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy from George Mason University. Additionally, she’s currently working on the next installment in The Longblood Series.
Be on the lookout for Lost Longblood: The Longblood Series Book Two (coming soon)!
Alex Black is a professional audiobook narrator who has performed and produced over 75 audiobooks. Many of his audiobooks have made the top 20 Amazon best sellers list within their category. He has received hundreds of 5 star reviews across various genres. Audible listeners have this to say: “Fantastic narration! The narrator weaves a spell reading this book!” “I felt all the emotions these characters experienced through his voice and I was totally pulled into this story!”
Location: Vermont, United States
Author Charmin Blazier’s Reasons Why You Should Give Audiobooks a Listen
You deserve to hear a great story.
And how long has it been?
For some, far too long. As we grow up, we often leave great joys behind. We forget to play, lose interest in drawing for the fun of it, and no longer ask those in our lives to crack open a book and read us a story.
I mean, why would we do that? We can read it ourselves, right?
Yes, but in our quest to be silently independent in the presence of books, we’ve lost something vital.
We’ve lost a realm of creativity, a place like no other, a place that belongs to us.
It doesn’t have to be this way. The realms we leave behind might be forgotten for a while, but they don’t disappear. And though we have tight schedules, bills to pay, and doings to do, we also have a way to reclaim long-forgotten joys even as we speed through our over-tasked lives.
Glorious, magical, irresistible audiobooks.
For me, they’ve done the impossible—made otherwise hideous commutes enjoyable.
And that’s just the beginning of their talents. Audiobooks change our relations to stories; they expand our creative collaborations.
After all, when you engage with fiction, you become a creator of worlds. When you read, you and the writer come together to craft something utterly unique in your mind.
And when you listen, you, the writer, and the narrator come together.
Voice brings another layer to the collaboration, another soul to the story, another existential form via external sound. The jump from book to audiobook is more subtle than the one from book to movie. It’s a mid-way point—a zone of twilight that retains intimacy and imaginative engagement yet draws the inward nature of reading ever so slightly outward. And all this is done with just a bit of breath and sound.
People sometimes ask whether listening to a book is as good as reading it. Some even suggest that listening equates to “cheating.” Such notions miss the larger point. It’s not about what’s as good or better. It’s about you as a creator and what a different artistic collaboration can bring to your life and imagination.
It’s about fun, expansion, and learning that in the best possible way, you and I are not so different than we used to be.
So, go ahead. Give an audiobook a listen and reclaim your forgotten creative realm. Your collaborators are waiting.
Plugging you into the audio community since 2016.