New audiobook – The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Thanks to @VAncilotti for finding and tweeting this. Author Heather Morris posted on facebook in November that Richard will be recording the audio for her book, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, which will be released in January.

What do these 3 pictures have in common???? One is the poster of my book, showing the written story, the other 2 are…

Posted by Heather Morris on Friday, November 10, 2017

And yesterday she posted some pictures of Richard in the studio:

Richard Armitage in a studio in New York recording The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Speechless

Posted by Heather Morris on Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Richard joins Big Finish ‘The Martian Invasion of Earth’ audiobook cast

Richard has joined the cast as “Herbert” for Big Finish’s audibook adaptation of HG Wells’ novel, ‘The War of the Worlds’, ‘The Martian Invasion of Earth‘. The audiobook can be pre-ordered as both a CD (AUS $25.20) and Digital (AUS $12.99). It will be released in February 2018.

Synopsis

An audio dramatisation of HG Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds.

Producer David Richardson
Script Editor Matt Fitton
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs

Written By: HG Wells, dramatised by Nicholas Briggs

Cast

Richard Armitage (Herbert), Lucy Briggs-Owen (Amy), Hywel Morgan (Curate), Ewan Bailey (Daniel), Richard Derrington (Ogilvy), Helen Goldwyn (Agatha), Christopher Weeks (Edward)

Nicholas Briggs has also tweeted –

 

Romeo + Juliet updates from David Hewson

Romeo + Juliet author David Hewson tweeted 2 updates on the audiobook:

Tweet, Romeo + Juliet audiobook cover revealed

And Reid Armbruster tweeted a photo of himself and Richard at Audible

Examiner.com: Audible connects with actors for audiobook performances

Richard is listed in this article among other actors who have performed for audible.

The second book released in February was Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield, as performed by Richard Armitage. The Hobbit actor has performed for multiple Audible books already and he does not disappoint in this version of the famed Dickens novel. Readers love how Armitage is able to fully form each of the characters in readers’ minds by giving them a specific voice, making the story all the more realistic. Despite the fact that there are over 50 characters introduced in this coming-of-age novel, Armitage performs perfectly.