Eli Easton Author of m/m romance books and stories
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A Second Harvest now in audio!

June 8

I’m excited to say that “A Second Harvest” is now available in audio! This book won the Rainbow Award for the Best Contemporary Romance. The second book in the “Men of Lancaster County” series, featuring a new couple, will be out this fall.



SNOWBLIND – now in audiobook!

April 6

My Dreamspun Desires title, “Snowblind” is now available in audiobook.

Check it out here.


New in Audio: Merry Christmas, Mr. Miggles!

December 17


“Merry Christmas, Mr. Miggles” is now out in audio!  HERE’S THE AUDIBLE LINK.

The narrator is Tristan Wright, who also did my “Unwrapping Hank” and “Superhero”. He has such a young, quirky voice, perfect for Toby! Take a listen to the sample at the link.


“The Stolen Suitor” now in audiobook!

March 28


My Dreamspun Desires title, “The Stolen Suitor”, is now available in audiobook, produced by Dreamspinner Press.

Here’s a link!


“How to Walk Like a Man” now in audio!

February 17


This just went live on Audible! The narrator is Matthew Shaw, who also read “How to Howl at the Moon”.  Click on the pic above to go to the audible page.


“Unwrapping Hank” now available on audiobook!

December 4

Yay! “Unwrapping Hank” is now live! The narrator is Tristan Wright, who read my “Superhero”. I love his snarkiness for Sloane and deep growl for Hank. Check it out!  Just in time for Christmas.




Audio Book City

September 9

I’ve had a spate of new audio books out this summer with more coming soon! I thought I’d say a little bit about them.


“The Mating of Michael” audio book is narrated by Michael Stellman, who also read my audio book “A Prairie Dog’s Love Song”.  It’s a wonderful listen. I like the youthfulness of his voice and the way he conveys emotion.

Now available here.


“The Lion and the Crow”, read by Scott Richard Ehredt, is really a treat!  I just finished listening to it myself on my morning walks. Scott has a mature, rich British voice that gives the story heaps of gravitas.  He made the writing sound so wonderful! And I love all his character voices. Do try it!

Now available here.



“Unwrapping Hank” audio, performed by Jason Frazier, should hopefully be out by early October. It’s sounding awesome.

I hope to have Matthew Shaw read “How to Walk Like a Man” (the sequel to “How to Howl at the Moon”) and have that one out by early December too.

Listening to audio books has really helped me rack up the miles on my Fitbit. (Or does my Fitbit help me get through more audio books?) Hope you’ve enjoyed some good ones lately too!