I was pleased with the email I received from Audible this morning announcing that during this time of challenge, Audible is making hundreds of teen and children’s audiobooks available for free as long as schools remain closed. Great move by a good company. That got me thinking…
In 2013, LA actor, producer and director Alistair McKenzie and I collaborated on two audiobooks offered on Audible: The Sixth Day and The Olympian. Since then, Alistair has produced two other audios for this website that you can download from the ‘Complimentary Offerings’ page: “Rosie, A Tale of Redemption” and “The Christmas Story” from Gaspar, Another Tale of the Christ. I will forever be indebted to Alistair and the way he has brought my manuscripts to life through his spoken words!
I dug through some old files and realize I still have 11 ‘free download codes’ for The Olympian.
During these days of uncertainty, I offer these codes for free Olympian audiobooks on a first-come, first-serve basis. Here are the codes and instructions will follow:
Yes, some codes are longer than others, so don’t be concerned. To retrieve a copy:
- Visit http://www.audible.com/at/redeem
- Enter the download code into the ‘Redeem Your Promotional Code’ field and click “Redeem”
- If you are not an Audible customer, you’ll need to create a new Audible.com account. Don’t worry, you can use your Amazon account to do this.
- Follow the instructions. You’ll have 1 credit applied to your account.
- Go to The Olympian book’s listing (click this link or the audio cover above)
- Add it to your cart. When you check out, you’ll see an option to apply the free credit.
That’s it. If the code you entered doesn’t work, someone beat you to it. Try the next one.
I hope you will accept my invitation to listen to this book. Alistair’s interpretation is inspiring and The Olympian remains my best-seller. Wishing you all the best as we confront the challenges before us.
2 thoughts on “FREE Olympian Audio Books”
Great idea. I hope at least eleven more people experience your dense, hopeful narrative. Stay safe, my friend.
Hopefully, “eleven more people…….”
Yes, stay safe!