New Books2Read Audio Links

Draft2Digital has just added more functionality to their Books2Read Universal Links. I already like how B2R redirects Amazon links to reader locations, and how it provides a handy display of links to smaller and international stores. This week, however, they added audio links. This is really exciting because the audiobook links appear on the same page as the ebook links.

I’ve been populating my Books2Read pages with links for the most popular audio portals. I’ve also been adding Walmart links, which aren’t always connected – there could be three links for any given book (ebook, print and audio).

Here, for example is the Books2Read page for The Beauty Bride.
Books2Read Universal Link page for The Beauty Bride, book one of the Jewels of Kinfairlie series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire Delacroix(There’s no Walmart icon for the ebook, because The Beauty Bride is free right now and Walmart doesn’t stock free ebooks.)

If you click on the book cover, you’ll be taken to a detail page for that title, which looks like this:
Detail page on Books2Read for The Beauty Bride, book one of the Jewels of Kinfairlie series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixAnd when you scroll past the description, it will give you the series information, as well as my bio:

More detail on the Books2Read page for The Beauty Bride, book one in the Jewels of Kinfairlie series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixYou can also follow authors through Books2Read and be notified of new releases.

And finally, if you go back to the top and click “See More by Claire Delacroix”, you’ll see a page of all my books, with a featured title at the top:

Books2Read page for Claire Delacroix, author of medieval romances and fantasy romances When you scroll down, you’ll find my books organized by series, with a note as to whether the series is completed or in progress:
Detail of Books2Read author page for Claire Delacroix, author of medieval romancesClicking on any of the covers will take you to a detail page, similar to the one for The Beauty Bride at the top. I think this is a pretty handy resource. In addition, if you create a free account with them, you can select your portal of choice and be taken straight to the book’s landing page at that portal every time.

You can visit the page for The Beauty Bride yourself right here.