Quit Listening: Mr. Monk Goes is Miserable by Lee Goldberg, downloaded from Overdrive.com.
I was happy to get this and download it. But I quit after six minutes because I did not like the narration. This was a disappointment, I am looking forward to the story.
The problem with this is that the narrator is speaking for characters who are already firmly established by other actors. It threw things off too much. I'll read the book instead.
EDIT: I just realized I had the wrong title down earlier. I fixed it.
Hey, Goldberg. Natalie narrates all the Monk novels. Yesterday I read some author's comments about female character cliches in fiction. Do you do consciously do anything when writing a female character to avoid cliches or to try and make them more well-rounded? Or do you just write, revise, revise, revise until you are satisfied?