The Solomon Scandals
The D.C. newspaper novel, the media,the Washington area, tech and other surrealism: David Rothman at large
Free audio of ‘Scandals’ start is now online for everyone

A free MP3 of the start of The Solomon Scandals—one hour of a total of about eight—is now online for everyone to download for iPods or other players. You don’t have to be print-challenged to qualify. Click here to get the file, which includes an audio overview.

Big thanks to librarian Tom Peters, the narrator of the audio, who is with Online Programming for All Libraries. If you’re blind or otherwise print-challenged, you can catch up with Tom for the rest of the installments as they become available. Meanwhile you can read a text overview of Scandals as well as a list of the characters.

Buying information for the trade paperback and e-book is here.

Note: The download address may change. Check solomonscandals.com if the current one does not work.

Special offer to all librarians: Contact me for permission to make your own recordings of the first part of Scandals. In addition, I can arrange for you to record the rest of the book for disabled patrons, at no charge. I may extend the “first hour” part of the offer to nonlibrarians, but am starting with librarians, given my interest in library advocacy.

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