Gosnell Update

From Ann McElhinney:

I wanted to let you know that our book, Gosnell – The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer is now available on Audible as an audiobook.  I am the narrator.

I didn’t imagine it would be difficult to record the audiobook, but it was.  Many times I had to stop and it wasn’t because I made a mistake.

Based on a recommendation from a friend, we hired an audio producer to record the book. Like most of industry people in LA, she was a liberal. But she cried many times during the recording and thanked me for writing this story, which she had never heard of before.

Here is what she said after we finished:

“I had an extraordinary experience with this book. It affected me deeply, and opened my thought to explore this issue in ways I hadn’t considered. McElhinney’s approach to the subject was thoughtful and academic, and it was clear that she took great pains to avoid any specific political bias in the telling of this story. I came away with new insight into the subject.”

She also told the Gosnell story to liberal friends and had played parts of the audio for them and they were all stunned and needed to re-think their position on abortion in the US.

That just confirmed what we already knew about the Gosnell book – those who read it will never be the same again. It has the power to move hearts and change minds.

Not everyone has the time to sit down with the book, so we made the audio version hoping people might be able to listen to it during the work commute or on their walk.

Audible  is an Amazon company featuring hundreds of thousands of books. The first month is free and you can get your first book – the Gosnell book – for free. The membership is $14.95 a month after the 30 days and there is a free book of your choice every month included in the membership.

Your can join Audible and get the Gosnell book for free HERE:

http://www.audible.com/pd/Nonfiction/Gosnell-Audiobook/B01N6WUWIQ/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1487007928&sr=1-1

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