Mentone, AL, November 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- When The Buddha Met Bubba is a novel about spiritual growth and faith that will make you laugh and bring you to tears. Bestselling non-fiction writer, John Lee, wrote the novel under the pen name, Richard "Dixie" Hartwell.
The 5-CD professionally mastered and recorded audiobook is on sale now at www.johnleebooks.com/store and promises to entertain and delight new and existing fans of When the Buddha Met Bubba.
"The first person I thought of to read the audiobook was Mark Webb," Lee said. "When I heard the final recording I was completely blown away. Mark adds incredible depth and character to the voices in the novel. It was brilliant; funny and touching. Audiobook fans are going to love it."
John Lee served as a professor at the University of Texas and Alabama before becoming a writer (18 books published), bestselling author, life coach and personal consultant. He lives with his wife in Alabama.
The book version of When the Buddha Met Bubba was released in September 23, 2009 by Iroquois Press (an imprint of Turner Publishing). It is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other fine booksellers. It has received great reviews from Publishers Weekly, Don Noble (Alabama NPR), Swampland and many others, including John Siegenthaler, host of Nashville Public Television's A Word on Words. A preview of that recent interview can be seen on johnleebooks.com.
The audiobook is only available at www.johnleebooks.com/store.