Posts Tagged ‘audio’

Hundred-Foot Journey Audio Out

Saturday, October 20th, 2012


The audio of The Hundred-Foot Journey, beautifully read by the classically-trainned actor, Neil Shah, is finally out. The recording is made by Blackstone Audio, the firm that also made the award-winning audio recording of Buddhaland Brooklyn that was read by actor-director, Feodor Chin.

All we need now is the movie.

But, either way, it looks like it’s time to start writing again.

Audio of Buddhaland Brooklyn Wins Coveted Award

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Feodor Chin, the talented actor-director who reads the audio of BUDDHALAND BROOKLYN, has won for us the coveted S.J.H Audiofile Earphones Award. Congrats Feodor!

Please check out his sensitive reading by Blackstone Audio.


Audio On Its Way

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Anyone who has ever heard me read from The Hundred-Foot Journey knows how much fun I have acting out the voices of the Haji family. Particularly Big Abbas, Hassan’s father, with all his characteristic bluster.

So I am thrilled that my US publisher, Scribner, has done a deal with Blackstone Audio to come out with the audio versions of both Buddhaland Brooklyn and The Hundred-Foot Journey. Anyone who wants to pre-ordeer can do so by going directly to Blackstone Audio or through the usual suspects like AmazonPowell’s, or Barnes & Noble.

It looks like the MP3 CD and the 7 CD audio set of Buddhaland Brooklyn will be first up, the emergence of Reverend Seido Oda’s voice and narrative timed to coincide with the book’s US and Canada release on July 17th. The Hundred-Foot Journey appears set for a later release. Still, better late than never and very sweet news.

Can’t wait to find out which actors Blackstone are hiring to read my little books.



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