O’Mara Books announces new audio venture
Michael O’Mara Books is to launch a new audiobook list for key titles, starting with How to Behave Badly in Renaissance Britain by historian and TV presenter Ruth Goodman, published on 5th April 2018.
Produced in-house, audiobook titles will publish simultaneously with hardback releases.
Following Ruth Goodman’s self-narrated book, Andrew Morton’s Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, narrated by Charles Armstrong, will be released alongside the hardback on 12th April 2018.
An audiobook of Hot Flush: Motherhood, the Menopause and Me by singer and TV personality Michelle Heaton, narrated by herself, will be simultaneously released alongside the hardback on 3rd May 2018.
Nicki Crossley, Senior Commissioning Editor at Michael O’Mara Books, will project-manage the list, supported by UK and Export Sales Director Rumana Haider and Victoria Haslam, International and Digital Sales Assistant.
Rumana Haider said:
“As we’ve seen from countless industry reports audio downloads are the fastest growing sector of the industry. With our strong list of bestselling non-fiction titles, we look forward to expanding our publishing programme to include this format.”
Michael O’Mara audiobooks will be available from all major audiobook retailers, including Audible, Kobo and iTunes.
For audio enquiries, please contact Victoria Haslam: firstname.lastname@example.org