Stevie Puckett


Bliss or Bust

  • Narrator Stevie Puckett does a great job reading, keeping the pace upbeat and motivational, and has confidence that makes you believe the material being read. ~Mission Driven by Laura Gassner-Ottig


  • Stevie Puckett had me laughing right along with her and the characters. You could tell she had fun narrating this sweet story and it definitely showed in the way she portrayed each character. ~Wild Oats by Pamela Morsi


  • We are treated to some delightful female bonding plus all the derring-do and action of a Bruce Willis flick, well narrated by Stevie Puckett who clearly has an ear for Scottish, Texan, and Spanish inflections. ~Just Needs Killin’ by Jinx Schwartz


  • Morsi is a talented writer and does heartwarming small town romance better than about anyone. Her characters are flawed humans with lots of opportunities for growth and she brings that message home. Delightful! ~Wild Oats by Pamela Morsi


  • Hetta is a strong independent, sassy woman. Her stories of murder and mayhem are always a delight. The audio was good and brought the story to life, and was good narration. ~Just Different Devils by Jinx Schwartz

    Ellen Oceanside

  • The author shows you how to produce, publish, and publicize your book with little to no money. I really enjoyed listening to these tips and tricks. ~Self-Publishing for the Broke Author by Jean Bauhaus


  • Great book! Mystery kept me guessing! Loved it! ~Death of a Washington Madame by Warren Adler


  • Stevie Puckett is fantastic as the narrator who brings these two crazy women and their friends to life!! Fantastic audio and story!! ~Just Different Devils by Jinx Schwartz


  • Held my attention throughout. Loved the twist at the end! Stevie Puckett did a good job narrating. ~Immaculate Deception by Warren Adler.

    Susan Patterson

  • I’m an author, and I’ve been broke during Covid-19, so I was happy to find this book! It offers a lot of practical advice on how to get your book professionally up-to-par for publishing on Amazon… ~Self-Publishing for the Broke Author by Jean Bauhaus


  • Fiona is portrayed as very human, with a lot of doubts. She also knows the political side in her job, and dealing with them. Well written and enjoyed. Narration was good. ~Immaculate Deception by Warren Adler

    Ellen Oceanside

  • I really enjoyed this book! It is a historic romance that is so well written that I could see the mean spirited characters and beautiful sites that are described. ~Wild Oats by Pamela Morsi