Author Sim Ciarlo’s new Audiobook ‘You Can’t Save Me’ is about depression, abuse, human trafficking, and, ultimately, how two people come together to rise above it all

Sim Ciarlo, an actor, voice-over artist, and alumna of Chicago Acting Studio, has completed her new audiobook “You Can’t Save Me”: a controversial tale exposing the dark underbelly of depression, abuse, and human trafficking that runs rampant in today’s society.
Author Sim Carlo sets the scene of her work, writing, “She thought back to when she turned eighteen, trying pills for the first time. She shared a small apartment with her roommate, Ashlyn. It was similar to a night like this, quiet, dark, and storming like the world would be thrown off its axis. The thunder shook the building, and the rain hit hard against the windows. She fell in a dark place as she choked down some pills, believed to have been one of Ashlyn’s boyfriends’; the bottle read ‘Xanax.'”
Published by Audiobook Network, author Sim Ciarlo’s new audiobook takes listeners into the darkest corners of the human condition and provides insight into what it takes to rise above the horrors of abuse and enslavement. 
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of “You Can’t Save Me” by Sim Ciarlo through Audible, the Apple iTunes Store, or Amazon. 
Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment in the digital publishing industry. According to The Infinite Dial 2019, 50% of Americans age 12 and older have listened to an audiobook. This huge growth can be partly attributed to increased listening in cars, which surpassed the home as the #1 audiobook listening location in the 2019 survey. Smart speaker proliferation also bodes well for future listening growth and more mainstream listening. 
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Source: Audiobook Network