Here’s How To Get Our Recordings
The best way, from our point of view of course, is to buy directly from us. Use our Full Cast Audio App to buy, download and listen to our titles.
- Each title in our catalog has a Buy Now button.
Click that, and you’ll be directed to our storefront.
- Create an account there, and enter your billing information to complete your purchase.
- You’ll receive an email to download the Free FCA Mobile Audio App and a redemption code to claim your new audiobook.
You can then use the FCA Mobile App to make future purchases, manage your Full Cast library, and of course, listen to your downloads. You can also purchase titles through our catalog and our storefront. New purchases will appear as available downloads the next time you launch the FCA App.
Other Listening Options
We understand that there are many ways of listening, and many ways that people like to obtain their audiobooks. So here are some other options:
All of our titles are available for download from this site, which is sort of the mother lode of all audiobooks. If you are an audible subscriber, look for us there.
If you prefer to support independent bookstores, then Libro is the best place to shop for your audiobooks. Check them out!
For those who prefer hard copy, Brilliance Audio has put all of our titles on CD and/or MP3-CD, and the prices are quite good. The best source to obtain them is Amazon.com. Look up a book title and the lead page should also offer a link to obtain the audio version of the book in hard copy.
A family subscription service called EPIC! is another place to find many of our titles. EPIC! specializes in younger listeners, so you will not find any or our teen titles there. But if you have younger listeners in the elementary school age, this is a great source for our titles and hundreds of others. You’ll find them at www.getepic.com.
If your local library subscribes to HOOPLA you can stream our titles to your listening device.
If your school library subscribes to TALES TO GO, you should be able to stream our titles via their service. Talk to your librarian. Happy listening!