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"Do you ever wonder what your dogs are thinking? How they feel? What they’re dreaming about as they run, whimper, bark, and growl in their sleep? Who or what they’re playing with when they romp around all by themselves? What they’re looking at when all you see is a blank wall or an empty doorway? Will we see them again after they’ve gone? Are they still here watching over us – helping, perhaps even snuggling with us like they used to? What if they wrote and sent you a story from the great beyond?

This Dog’s Afterlife answers those questions. Tucker, the canine narrator, takes the reader on an adventure starting from the most unlikely of places: the last day of his life. At that moment, he realizes that the end is really just a new beginning. Tucker encounters many new wonders and finds he has much to learn. Fortunately, he has help in the form of his father, Rocket, and a cast of canine characters who show him the ropes. Along the way, he learns that some souls don’t immediately move on to the afterlife, but instead, find themselves adrift. Those souls can be found and helped, but it’s a delicate and dangerous task. When he tries to rescue the lost soul of a young boy, Tucker realizes that even after death, sorrow is a very real, very tangible thing, and that there are still fears to overcome and hard choices to be made."

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Vampires exist.

Michael knows this because one attacked him when he was twenty-one years old. Who she was, why she did what she did, or even how, has mystified Michael for a very, very long time. In fact, what little he knows about being a vampire, was learned the hard way, the self-taught way.

He was told very little when it happened, and those rules were simple. He was to avoid sunlight unless he was keen to die a horrible and painful death. He required human blood to survive, again, unless he was keen to die. And most importantly, to hide what he’d become less a mysterious ‘someone’ should hunt him down and murder him. So he was to keep his new identity a secret, again, unless he wished to die. There were a handful of other pieces of advice, and that had been it.

He’d managed to learn a lot in the next two decades. The most difficult of those lessons was learning to be utterly alone. But even more than that, he learned that he was likely to spend most of his time alone. He’d never met, nor even sensed another vampire, another being like himself, not once.

Until now…

What Michael doesn’t know is that a chance encounter will take him on an adventure unlike anything he could ever imagine. And he could imagine a lot these days! He was a living breathing impossible thing after all. But what comes next, not even an immortal creature of the night could predict. Not even close.

And we haven’t even mentioned the dragon yet!

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After decades of living in resigned isolation, with only his dogs for companionship, Michael found himself surrounded by new and exciting friends. More than that, he found a family - but his new companions came with new complications. 

Michael was kidnapped by pixies, thrown into a world outside of his reality, and watched his only home burn to the ground. He fought elves, dragons, and even a race of beings sworn to hunt and destroy vampires. Vampires like Michael. But every bizarre and wonderful twist confirmed that he was part of something he never thought he’d have again, and Michael swore nothing would come between him and his new family. 

Now, to protect the very people he holds so dear, he embarks on a new quest. Michael must fight a new enemy...but he’s never faced his own kind before. He’ll be forced to confront the one who created him - the very vampire who abandoned Michael just hours after changing his life forever, who left him alone in a new and dangerous world so many years ago.

Michael must now face Elizabeth.

And that’s the least of his concerns.


Linda Graves

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About Linda

Stage/Screen Actress with years of experience. Company Member of Theatre of NOTE, Los Angeles. New voice in audiobooks. Member of ACX Masterclass for training expressly in narration and the production of audiobooks.


Travel Adventure: FORGOTTEN JOURNEY by Nan Prodan


"I knew immediately that I wanted to have Linda bring my work alive in the audio world. To me, Linda’s voice and her use of it portrayed femininity and fitness to my main protagonist, Meg Trumbo. I think she created a brand for me, as it is a series. At the same time, she added vulnerability to her character and, at other times, strength. Then she turned on a dime and became a troubled Portuguese heiress and a believable disgusting boat captain. I discovered something else about my book. Yes, I knew there was excitement, sadness, happiness, and some humor. But Linda took it to the next level. It was all the things that I hoped my print book and ebook put across to the readers. Linda did it. Sometimes, I cried, sometimes I had chills, and other times, I felt pride. My better half listened to a few chapters with me. He laughed, and he cried tears. It was fantastic. The audiobook was completed precisely on schedule. Thank you, Linda, for your patience with a novice in the audio world, and thank you for your professional narration of Forgotten Journey by Nan Prodan. It’s been a wonderful experience." Nancy Herold (Nan Prodan), author of FORGOTTEN JOURNEY

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Kids/Family/Mystery: “Claudia” in the audio drama WELCOME TO WASHINGTON, FINA MENDOZA by Kitty Felde (The Fina Mendoza Mysteries podcast)


“Linda Graves has a unique voice - perfect for everything from mice and Munchkins to a congressional staffer. She's the consummate professional: she prepares, delivers, and takes direction. We look forward to her talents in Season 2 of "The Fina Mendoza Mysteries" podcast.” Kitty Felde, Author WELCOME TO WASHINGTON, FINA MENDOZA and Book Club For Kids podcast

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Fiction/Supernatural: CUL-DE-SAC by Michael Bonnabel, The 13 Days of Halloween - Invisible, Life Lab Notes podcast by Silvie Zamora


"It was like I was hearing my story come to life in a way I hadn’t imagined was even possible. So true, so honest and so moving. Linda made my words come to life. Funny, since the story in question was about death." —Michael Bonnabel, author CUL-DE-SAC for Life Lab Notes Podcast

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