Words die in my throat. In memoriam of Sandrine Gasq-Dion (10/25/17)

Greg Tremblay / Greg Boudreaux - Audiobook Narrator

Thankful am I, for the gift of text… because my words are ashes in my throat today.

I learned this morning of the death of a lovely woman, an author I’ve done a number of projects with and chatted and snarked with on a number of occasions. Whose words of praise made me blush, and who took with excellent humor some light-hearted ribbing over character’s misbehavior on the page.

Sandrine Gasq-Dion was one of the authors who helped me launch the “Greg Boudreaux” branding line, with her book “A Marked Man” only a year and a half ago. She wrote with vigor and a sense of passion, she lived in passion and loved her stories, her characters and her readers.

Her sudden passing yesterday has left me stunned. Tears and silence reigned in my recording booth this morning when Rhys called to let me know.


She was brash, bold, controversial…

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